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RSS ideology come in midst of Ind-Pak relationship: Imran Khan

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Ground Report | New Delhi: RSS ideology; Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again attacked the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). This time Imran has said that the ideology of RSS is coming between the relations between India and Pakistan. Due to this ideology, talks are not being held about good relations between the two countries.

On improving relations with India, Pakistani PM Imran Khan said that, we can tell India that we have been waiting for talks like a civilized neighbor for a long time. But what to do? The ideology of RSS comes in the middle of the conversation.

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Imran Khan made this statement during the Central South Asia Conference. When Imran Khan was asked in Tashkent, can talks and terrorism go together? So in response, he took the name of RSS and said that he has been waiting for talks for a long time.

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However, when he was asked about the relationship with the Taliban, he went ahead without giving any answer. His security personnel stopped the media. Let us tell you that Pakistan is being accused that it is supporting the Taliban from behind.

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Union Minister Kaushal Kishor gave the answer to this statement given by Imran Khan about the RSS. He said that terrorism is at the root of Pakistan. Imran Khan knows that his country is a paradise for terrorists. There is no question of blaming RSS, RSS works for harmony in the society.

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