Pakistan PM Imran Khan warns Indian PM Modi of serious consequences
MUZAFFARABAD - Pakistan PM Imran Khan warns Indian PM Narendra Modi of serious consequences.
Prime Minister Imran Khan Wednesday warned of strong response from Pakistan in case of any misadventure by Modi led government.
Addressing a special session of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly, declared himself to be an international ambassador of Kashmir.
He informed the AJK legislators that he had raised the issue with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and United States President Donald Trump.
The premier said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had committed a strategic blunder by playing his last card over the occupied Kashmir which would cost him heavily.
As a result of his unilateral moves the Kashmir issue has been internationalized, and the world has now realized the dangers posed by the Hindu extremist ideology of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), he said.
Wars were no solution to the issues but if one was imposed on Pakistan, it would evoke a strong response entailing serious consequences, he warned.
Endorsing the statement of AJK Prime Minister Farooq Haider, he said in applying the RSS ideology the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) would not stop merely at the recent Kashmir move.
Khan said the Modi government had more dangerous plans in order to divert the world’s attention from the grave situation in IoK, and Pakistan had information that it planned to intrude into the AJK.
But “our armed forces are fully vigilant, battle hardened and fully capable to response to any miscalculation in a befitting manner”, while the whole nation was standing behind them, he added.