Pak PM speaks up on Pulwama terrorist attack

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan issued a statement on the issue of terror attack on February 14 in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir. In his statement, he has indirectly warned Indiaby saying that “if we were attacked, then Pakistan would give an open answer.” Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the Government of India is accusing Pakistan without any evidence on the Pulwama attack. “We have not responded because we had a focus on the Saudi Prince’s visit. When Crown Prince is back, so now I am responding” said the Pak PM.

Imran Khan said that “the Government of India has accused Pakistan without evidence, why Pakistan will do it, what benefit from this to us. If the Government of India will give us any evidence, then we are ready to investigate this issue.” In his statement, Imran Khan said that “for the last 15 years we have been fighting a war against terrorism. Every time there is anything in Kashmir, then there is a charge against Pakistan.”

The Prime Minister of Pakistan said that if India wants to conduct any investigation then “we are ready to investigate. He said that we are ready to talk about terrorism, we want to end it. Pakistan has suffered a lot from terrorism.”

Five days after the fidayeen terror attack on the CRPF convoy in Pulwama, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan in a statement, threatened India that the outcome of the war would not be good. Imran also proposed a dialogue, but could not contain himself from indirectly issuing a warning to India. He said that “it is easy to start a war, but it does not remain under human control. If war is started, Pakistan will respond to it.”

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