Situation between India and Pakistan is very dangerous, says Trump

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23 Feb, 2019 9:59 am

WASHINGTON (92 News) – US President Donald Trump has said that the situation between India and Pakistan is “very dangerous” after Pulwama attack.

Talking to local media in Oval, Trump said that situation between the two countries is very tense. Many problems have emerged between the two countries after Pulwama attack. We would like to see it stop.

Yesterday, in a press conference, Referring to India’s war threats after the February 14 Pulwama attack, Asif Ghafoor said that India has this habit of blaming Pakistan after terror attacks in Occupied Kashmir or in its own territory but if the eastern neighbour tries to initiate war Pakistan’s valiant “forces won’t be surprised but will surprise you (India)”.

Earlier, Former president Pervez Musharraf had said that no doubt the Pulwama attack is very dangerous, but Pakistan is not involved in it in any way.

In an interview with an Indian channel the former army chief said that he endorses Imran Khan’s stance on Pulwama attack.

The former president had said that Imran Khan has no sympathy with the banned outfit Jaish-e-Muhammad. “India considers itself a champion of democracy, but it is narrow-minded.”

Pervez Musharraf said that India should not misunderstand the defence capability of Pakistan. “India should think what it is doing in the Occupied Kashmir,” he said.


44 Indian soldiers killed, dozens were wounded in Pulwama blast.

According to the Kashmir Media Service (KMS), the blast was happened at a bus of Indian Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), in which, the Indian troops were travelling.

In the blast, the car was damaged in bomb attack along Srinagar-Jammu highway at Lathpora -Awantipore in Pulwama district on Thursday. A police official said that an attacker rammed the car into the CRPF bus triggered off an intensive blast.

The officer said that twelve CRPF personnel were killed in the blast and thirteen others seriously wounded were shifted to army’s base hospital.




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