PM Imran warns India from initiating action against Pakistan; says to respond accordingly if war imposed

By Syed Tazmeen Javed

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(Web-Desk )

AZAD KASHMIR: Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan on Wednesday warned his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi from initiating any action against Pakistan as Islamabad would resort to tit for tat response against possible aggression.

Addressing the Azad Kashmir assembly following the address of PM Azad Kashmir, Raja Farooq Haider, Imran said that India is no more a secular country as Bhartia Janta Party (BJP) is the reflection of RSS ideology proving the Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s ideology on two-nation theory true.

His address to the Azad Kashmir assembly comes as Pakistan celebrates 72nd years of independence also showing solidarity with Indian occupied Kashmir over the scrapping of Article 370 of Indian Constitution by the New-Delhi regime annexing Kashmir into union territory.

“Modi has played his last card”, said PM Imran while referring to annexation of Kashmir adding that the move by India will lead towards the liberation of Kashmir.

” I want to share based on the information that India would take action against Pakistan as they did following the Pulwama incident in Azad Kashmir. I want to remind them if they are intending to do so they will be responded accordingly,” asserted the PM.

Adding more “The entire nation will stand with Pak Army and fight against any aggression,” reminded the PM to India.

Furthermore, he also vowed to raise voice against Indian suppression against Kashmiris in the 2United Nations, International Court of Justice.

“We don’t war but if war is imposed we will respond,” also adding that Modi’s vision is similar to Hitler which is based on tyranny.

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