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PM Imran says don’t want war with India, but if imposed would give befitting reply

PM Imran says don’t want war with India, but if imposed would give befitting reply
August 9, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) - Prime Minister Imran Khan made it clear on Thursday that Pakistan does not want war with India, however, it would retaliate in the same fashion if India imposes it. “India can go to any extent to divert attention from the core issue of occupied Kashmir,” the premier said while meeting a group of senior journalists in Islamabad. Imran Khan spoke at length on the ongoing political situation after India revoked occupied Kashmir’s special status. “Pakistan will take the issue of Indian violence against Kashmiris to the United Nations.” The premier said the Modi government follows the Hitler's approach and want to change the demography of Kashmir. "I always spoke of peace with India, but Indian PM Modi never weighed it," Imran Khan said and made it clear that the peace offer could not be termed as Pakistan's weakness. He said the international community would be apprised of the Indian tactics, such as ethnic cleansing and plans to change demography of occupied Kashmir. “This is a war of public opinion and Pakistan has to win it based on public opinion. Media can play its role in making this war won.” Imran Khan said it appeared that difficulties were being created in the way of Pakistan who wanted to play its role in making Afghanistan peaceful. He vowed that Pakistan would continue diplomatic, political and moral support to Kashmiris.