PM Imran Khan links talks with India to withdrawal of August 5 act
KOTLI (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan linked the talks with India to the withdrawal of the August 5 act, saying that there is no option except it.
Addressing a big rally in connection with the Kashmir Solidarity Day on Friday, he said that all thieves had gathered in Muzaffarabad today. "They can start the long march from where they want. But there will be no reconciliation with big dacoits," he declared.
PM Imran Khan said that he could not put small thieves in jails and give the NRO to big ones.
ڈاکو الٹے لٹک جائیں، این آر او نہیں دوں گا، وزیراعظم عمران خان pic.twitter.com/RntLws1NMN— 92 News HD Plus (@92newschannel) February 5, 2021
He said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had laid the foundation of the destruction of India. "Our wish for dialogues and friendship should not be construed as our weakness."
The prime minister said that any big army fails when the entire nation stands against it. "I want to tell Modi that India cannot win this war. India has been divided due to agenda of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). Minorities are afraid and farmers are on roads," he declared.
He said that an Indian-backed candidate cannot win the election in Kashmir.