BJP, which had termed as 'game-changing' the outcome of talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif, asserted that the joint statement will guide bilateral engagements.

"A lot of statement coming from others are also possibly intended to address their domestic constituencies. As far as we are concerned, the discussion, engagement will largely happen on the lines of the joint statement," party spokesperson G V L Narasimha Rao said.

Rao's comments came following statement by Aziz, who is also Pakistan Prime Minister's Adviser on National Security, that the talks cannot take place without Kashmir being on the agenda. Pakistan also needed 'more evidence and information' from India on the Mumbai attack case, Aziz stated.

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