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Modi wants to offer peace one other probability: PM Imran | Pakistan

In 2015, it was agreed upon that each nations will struggle in opposition to poverty, says PM/ file photograph

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan mentioned on Sunday that Indian PM Narendra Modi ought to give peace one other probability, including that it was unlucky that because of upcoming elections in India an necessary difficulty resembling peace is positioned on the back-burner.

The PM in an announcement mentioned that he stood by his assertion on the latest Pulwama assault, that if India supplies any concrete proof then he would provoke motion.

The prime minister mentioned that in a gathering along with his Indian counterpart in 2015 it was agreed upon that poverty might be eradicated from the 2 nations and the peace course of shouldn’t be sabotaged because of any terrorist assault.

“Sadly, even earlier than the Pulwama assault the efforts to make peace have been sabotaged,” mentioned PM Imran Khan.

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday provided to research the Pulwama assault and act if India shares “actionable intelligence with Pakistan”.

In a video message to the nation, the prime minister responded to Indian allegations relating to Pakistan’s involvement within the assault which killed 44 Indian paramilitary troopers and mentioned he couldn’t reply earlier owing to the “necessary go to of the Saudi crown prince”. Explaining that he didn’t wish to divert consideration from the go to, PM Imran mentioned, “I’m now responding to the Indian authorities.”

“India accused Pakistan with none proof and with out pondering how this [attack] would profit us,” he acknowledged. “Would even a idiot take into account sabotaging such an necessary [Saudi investment] convention?” the prime minister requested.


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