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Pakistan again asks India to resolve issues through dialogue

February 28,2019

Asking its eastern neighbour to exhibit prudence and sanity, Prime Minister Imran Khan Wednesday said Pakistan and India could not afford any miscalculation and dialogue was the only option to address their issues.
“I ask India that with same weapon power, can we afford any miscalculation? We cannot, neither I, nor Prime Minister Modi,” Imran Khan said in his address to the nation hours after the Pakistan Air Force shot down two MiG-21 aircraft of the Indian Air Force.
Indian Mirage 2000 aircraft had on Tuesday crossed the Line of Control and dumped their payload near Balakot before exiting.
Taking the nation into confidence in a live televised address, the Prime Minister said, “Better sense should prevail …. we need to sit down to resolve our issues through dialogue.”
The Prime Minister said it was important for Pakistan and India to exhibit prudence and sanity as all big wars had happened because of miscalculation.
Imran Khan said the major world wars were rooted in miscalculation and mentioned the prolonged World War I and II, Vietnam War and the US invasion of Afghanistan that spanned over 17 years.
He said Pakistan had repeatedly asked India to cooperate, if they had any evidence on the Pulwama incident.
He said despite his assurance, he had the doubt that India would not listen to his advice, keeping in view its forthcoming general election. He said he had warned India that Pakistan would be forced to retaliate in case of any misadventure.
Source: Associated Press of Pakistan (APP)

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