Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has denied all allegations on the government of Pakistan being involved in the Pulwama attack. He also said that if at all the talks on ‘attack Pakistan’ is serious than Pakistan will not not think of retaliating, it will retaliate.
Pulwama terror attack: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has denied all allegations of the worst-ever Pulwama attack that took place on February 14, 2019 in Kashmir, where 40 soldiers wer killed by a suicide bomber. PM Imram Khan said that Pakistan will retaliate if India attacks, according to reports in a leading website. He said that all the talks like ‘attack Pakistan’ ahead of the elections if at all serious than Pakistan will not think of retaliating, it will retaliate. There will be no other option left with Pakistan, said the PM further in a video message.
According to reports in NDTV, Imran Khan also said, “Pakistan is moving towards stability. Why would we do something like this? If you have any actionable intelligence that a Pakistani is involved, give it to us. I guarantee you, we will take action, not because we are under pressure, but because they are acting as enemies of Pakistan.” According to reports, this is the first time the Pakistan Prime Minister opened his mouth on the Pulwama attack, the worst-ever terror strike in Kashmir. Meanwhile, Jaish-e-Mohammed, a Pakistan-based terror group is known to be behind the deadly suicide attack and the suicide bomber, a 19-year-old school dropout who had joined the outfit last year. Reportedly, the terror outfit is known to have full support of Pakistani army and Inter-Services Intelligence or ISI.
Pakistan PM Imran Khan: If you (Indian govt) thinks you will attack us and we will not think of retaliating, we will retaliate. We all know starting a war is in the hands of humans, where it will lead us only God knows. This issue should be solved through dialogue. pic.twitter.com/kbyvmAiJgk
— ANI (@ANI) February 19, 2019
Amid these tensions, the Indian Army has alleaged that the the government of Pakistan was undoubtedly involved in the Pulwama attack. The Indian government has initiated diplomatic moves to isolate Pakistan from international dealings and has also taken the first steps withdrawing the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status from the country. Meanwhile, The army has managed to strike down the mastermind of the Pulwama attack and Jaish-e-Mohammed member Abdul Rasheed Ghazi alias Kamran and a local Jaish terrorist, Hilal in an encounter yesterday, February 18, 2019.