“I got a bad response from India”, said Pakistani PM Imran Khan

Diplomacy between India and Pakistan is failing, India has denied the invitation of Pakistan to come to SAARC meeting, Sidhu is being criticised for going to Pakistan for attending Kartarpur Corridor inauguration. But amid this chaos, Pakistani PM is trying to give a message.


Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said that it is not in Pakistan’s Interest to allow terrorism grow in Islamabad. When Imran Khan was asked a question about terrorism after the inauguration of Kartapur border, Khan replied that he is looking forward to talking with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.


Imran Khan inaugurated the corridor which is going to connect Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur area of the country’s Narowal district, where the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, died in 1539, to Dera Baba Nanak in India’s Punjab state on Wednesday.


Even the event of Inauguration didn’t go well. Imran Khan raised the issue of Kashmir in his speech at the function, and Indian Home Ministry criticised him for this act.


Imran Khan, later, tried to defend himself by saying, “ I said it in the context that Kashmir is what stops us from moving forward.”


Imran Khan further said, “ I tried to reach out [to India] the moment I became prime minister but I got such a bad response. We are willing to wait for [General] elections to get over in India for a gesture from New Delhi.”



Khan said that his Govt. Will do everything within its reach to make peace with India. “I tried to reach out [to India] the moment I became prime minister but I got such a bad response,” Khan said in an apparent reference to cancellation of talks at the United Nations General Assembly. We cannot live in the past.”


When the Pakistani PM was asked about Don Dawood Ibrahim and Hafeez Said, he said, “There are UN sanctions against his [Saeed’s Jamaat-ud-Dawa] group. There is a clampdown on him. There is a case against the accused in the Mumbai attacks and matter is subjudice.”  

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