Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday (April 9) in an interview with foreign journalists said that if Congress assumed main office in India, then settlement of Occupied Kashmir likely to become tougher but there might be a better chance of peace talks if BJP won the general elections.
“If the next Indian government is led by the opposition Congress party, it might be too scared to seek a settlement with Pakistan over Indian-occupied Kashmir (IoK), fearing a backlash from the right,” the prime minister said adding that “Perhaps if the BJP – a right wing party — wins, some kind of settlement on Kashmir could be reached.”
“I never thought I would see what is happening in India right now. Muslim-ness is being attacked.” “Modi, like Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, is electioneering based on fear and nationalist feeling.” “It is vital for Pakistan to have peaceful ties with its neighbours, Afghanistan, India and Iran, if it was to have the kind of economy needed to pull 100 million people out of poverty,” he remarked
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17 August, 2019