"I raised the issue of Kashmir in the UN with courage and spoke out my heart (over the issue). I also gave a proposal to India to improve ties with Pakistan.
    
"We (Indian and Pakistan) should live like good neighbours and find out a solution to the Kashmir issue," Sharif said while talking to reporters at the Governor's House here.
    
The Prime Minister said he told the United Nations that it was its resolution on Kashmir and not that of Pakistan therefore it was the body's duty to implement it.
    
"I spoke the truth while looking into their eyes. The UN should realise itself and implement its resolution on Kashmir," he said.

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In his address last week at the United Nations General Assembly, Sharif had proposed a four-point formula to improve ties with India.
    
He proposed demilitarisation of Kashmir, immediate and unconditional withdrawal of Indian troops from Siachen, resumption of composite dialogue and formalisation of border ceasefire.
    
The premier further said, "We have laid a foundation of strong ties with Afghanistan. We really worked hard to bring (Afghan) Taliban on negotiation table”.
    
Sharif said his government would get another term (after 2018 general elections) because the people are happy with its performance.

 

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