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Monday, 28 October 2019

Imran scared of India's campaign against terrorism, said- don't do jihad in Kashmir

Imran scared of India's campaign against terrorism, said- don't do jihad in Kashmir

Pakistan is on the back foot, frightened by the ongoing fight against terrorism, security forces operations in India and the FATF warning. That is why the Pakistani Prime Minister's tone has changed. Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, while talking about taking the Kashmir issue to any level diplomatically and politically, said that the call for jihad against Indian security forces in Kashmir and help in armed fighting is against the interests of Islamabad. However, earlier he has threatened nuclear war against India.

In a video message broadcast on Pakistan Television (PTV) channel, Imran Khan said that some elements are inciting jihad and arms fighting in Kashmir which will cause great harm to the Kashmir conflict. It is also against the interests of Pakistan. Imran Khan alleged that India is looking for an opportunity to divert the world's attention to the issue of Kashmir in the name of terrorism. Pakistan will take up the Kashmir issue diplomatically and politically at all levels. At the same time, Pakistan State Department Spokesperson Mohammad Faizal, while disclosing the future strategy of Pakistan, said that Imran Khan will once again apprise the world leaders about the situation in Kashmir.

Pakistan reportedly celebrated 'Black Day' on the Kashmir issue on Sunday. Earlier Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi alleged that India wants Pakistan to be blacklisted by FATF. Please tell that FATF has warned Pakistan that if it does not curb the funding of terrorist organizations till February, then it will be blacklisted.

It is believed that in the desperation of this action, Imran Khan and Shah Mahmood Qureshi have issued the above statements. Not only this, but Pakistan has also promised that by February 2020, it will fully implement the FATF's action plan to deal with money laundering and terrorist funding.

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