NEW DELHI, Aug 19 : Congress today accused the government of having "no roadmap" on engagement with Pakistan and said it was making "abrupt policy statements".
The party also sought to brush aside Pakistan High Commissioner's invitation to Hurriyat leaders for consultations around the time of the NSA-level talks in Delhi this weekend, saying the people of the state have rejected the separatists.
"There is no roadmap. There is no vision on engagement with Pakistan. There are complex issues and challenges. There are abrupt policy statements (on dealing with Pakistan). (Talks) On today. Off tomorrow," Congress leader Anand Sharma told a press conference. ?PTI