A rescue worker examines the site of an explosion in Lahore, Pakistan, on June 23. Pakistan’s national adviser has accused India of orchestrating the deadly car bombing. Photo: AP
A rescue worker examines the site of an explosion in Lahore, Pakistan, on June 23. Pakistan’s national adviser has accused India of orchestrating the deadly car bombing. Photo: AP
Saman Rizwan
Opinion

Opinion

Saman Rizwan

Lahore blast reaction shows normalised India-Pakistan ties are no sure thing

  • Backchannel talks between New Delhi and Islamabad had succeeded in reducing tensions but failed to reach an agreement over Kashmir
  • Pakistan accusing India of instigating terror in its territory might be supported by China over the convergence of interests created by India’s intransigence

A rescue worker examines the site of an explosion in Lahore, Pakistan, on June 23. Pakistan’s national adviser has accused India of orchestrating the deadly car bombing. Photo: AP
A rescue worker examines the site of an explosion in Lahore, Pakistan, on June 23. Pakistan’s national adviser has accused India of orchestrating the deadly car bombing. Photo: AP
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