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Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has rejected the proposal of a high-powered committee to import cotton from India and categorically acknowledged that Islamabad can’t go forward with any commerce with New Delhi underneath the present circumstances.

The choice on this regard occurred following a Cupboard assembly chaired by the Prime Minister with regard to importing cotton and ssugar from the neighbouring nation.

Pakistan’s Commerce Ministry and the financial workforce have been, as per sources, instructed by Khan to take quick steps to search out various low-cost sources of import of the wanted commodities in a bid to facilitate the related sectors, worth added, attire and sugar, Daybreak Information Reported.

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Sources, as per Daybreak Information, added the choices are offered to the Cupboard for ratification and last approval after consideration by the Financial Coordination Committee (ECC) which research the proposals offered to it.

The report added that the ECC was offered a proposal in tune with the identical relating to permitting the import of cotton, cotton yarn and sugar from India whereas being attentive to the home necessities.

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Pakistan has consistently acknowledged that any ahead motion requires India to reverse its choice in 2019 to revoke the particular standing of Jammu and Kashmir.

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