Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan extended an offer of talks to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to avoid escalation of the Kashmir crisis during a televised address from Islamabad on Wednesday.

The prime minister said the two countries “should sit down and sort out our issues with dialogue” rather than letting tensions escalate, adding that both sides should show restraint, in consideration of both countries’ nuclear arsenals.

“Can we afford miscalculation with the kind of weapons you and we have? Shouldn’t we be thinking where this will go from here if things were to escalate? It won’t even be in my control, or in Narendra Modi’s control,” Khan stated.

On Tuesday, India claimed to have launched air strikes against a militant camp in Pakistani territory. A day later, Pakistan claimed to have shot down two Indian planes over Kashmir.

 

 

 

Source: RUptly

 

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So lets get this right………….Moody Modi blames Pakistan for his woes in Kashmir ? India illegally occupies Kashmir a majority Moslem country with strong ties to Pakistan…….Indian citizens carry out an attack on Indian occupation forces in Kashmir, and India Illegally attacks Pakistan with her air force, without a declaration of war!!!!!!!!….This contravenes the Geneva convention and is classed as an illegal war of aggression………. Any Indian serviceman captured by Pakistan is an illegal battlefield combatant to whom the convention does not apply……..Get the message India is to blame…………..They have lost any remaining moral high ground they may have had… Read more »

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Pakistan will have to seriously changing its ways with terrorist groups, a purge is more than necessary in its ISI intelligence service, close the madrassas and replace ’em by real schools, crack on shitlamist militants.

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Daeshbags-Sux

Khan could for sure get Chinese, US, Indian and Afghan help to get rid from these millstones. Some cleansing in the army are also necessary.

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Daeshbags-Sux

Moreover, Pakistan is in a guns over butter state spending. India NEVER started a single war against Pak, but Pakis still go on with a shitlamist mindset seeing Indian polytheists as enemies to be wiped out from the face of the Earth.

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Daeshbags-Sux

Pak militaries need some spendings cuts. A change of attitude towards India is necessary, moreover, Pak is seen as a terrorism-sponsoring state at worldwide level, thanks to many rotten eggs in the ISI and the army.

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Hihi, 3 al-Qaeda fanboys don’t like my posts 🙂