Use your mandate to resolve Kashmir issue: Imran Khan tells Modi
Pakistan opposition leader and Tahreek-i-Insaf Party chairman Imran Khan today asked Prime Minster Narendra Modi to use his mandate to resolve Kashmir issue.
Lahore: Pakistan opposition leader and Tahreek-i-Insaf Party chairman Imran Khan today asked Prime Minster Narendra Modi to use his mandate to resolve Kashmir issue.
"Modi! I give you a free suggestion. The Indian people have given you mandate. You should show a big heart and act like a statesman on Kashmir issue," Khan said today while addressing a big public rally.
The cricketer-turned-politician further said: "There has been extreme poverty in the sub-continent. Instead of fighting a war and wasting money on weapons, Pakistan and India should do something to end poverty."
He said both the countries should take measures for lasting peace besides increasing the trade volume between them.
Castigating Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for not condemning "Indian aggression" on the LoC, Imran Khan said:
"There has been not a word from Nawaz Sharif on Indian aggression at the LoC that resulted killing of many Pakistanis.
"I on behalf of Nawaz Sharif tell Modi that Pakistan is not afraid of its aggression. If you think Pakistanis will be intimidated by Indian firing at the LoC then your are seriously mistaken. Pakistan is united to face any aggression."
Indian Navy has offered help to all State govts in fighting COVID, Chief Admiral Karambir Singh tells PM
Naval hospitals are being opened for civilian use in various cities, Singh told Narendra Modi, while briefing him about the initiatives taken by the Indian Navy to help fight COVID-19
West Bengal polls: How Mamata Banerjee's Nandigram daredevilry led TMC from near-collapse to sweeping the state
With all leaders who could pull others with them gone, this victory has placed Mamata Banerjee in a safe seat to rule the state
The 80-year-old died at the civil hospital ten days after being admitted following a decline in her condition