Ground Report | New Delhi: Pakistan will not restore ties with India; Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Pakistan will not restore diplomatic relations with India in any way until India withdraws the decision to remove Article 370 from Kashmir.
Pakistan will not restore ties with India
He has denied any agreement between the two countries. While giving a speech in the Parliament of Pakistan on Wednesday, Imran Khan accused the BJP government of India of exploiting the people of Kashmir.
He said that “the whole of Pakistan stands with the courageous Kashmiris, children, and youth. Unless India withdraws the steps taken on August 5, no diplomatic relations will be restored.”
Imran Khan alleged that even before this decision, India has been oppressing the people of Kashmir.
Relations with India
A few days ago, a New York Times journalist asked Imran Khan about relations with India that if there was a government other than Modi in India, would Pakistan’s relations with India be better?
In response to this question, Imran Khan said that ‘after coming to power, he had contacted the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi and said that his only intention of coming to power is to eradicate poverty from Pakistan and for this It is important that there should be normal and commercial relations between India and Pakistan, this will benefit both the countries.
No military solution to Afghanistan
During the speech in Parliament, Imran Khan advocated for the restoration of peace and tranquility in Afghanistan. He said that America has now reached the decision that there can be no military solution to Afghanistan. (Pakistan will not restore ties with India)
Khan said, “A difficult time is coming regarding Afghanistan. We and America have the same purpose, they have also understood that there is no military solution to this, we should have understood this earlier, it is our Brothers.”
He said that Pakistan will not interfere in the internal affairs of Afghanistan and there will be what the people of that country want. “Pakistan wants peace in Afghanistan. We are with those people who want it. We can be partners in peace, we cannot be partners in conflict.