No talks possible with India unless it nullifies Aug 5 decision: PM Imran Khan


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Prime Minister Imran khan said yesterday that Pakistan will not holds talks with India unless it reverses its decision of scrapping the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

He was present in the live calls session where he was answering questions of general public on the telephone.

He said that ‘’unfortunately, the western media and countries raise the issue of Kashmir only to pursue their foreign policy objectives’’.

The prime minister further added ‘’they wanted to see a powerful India to tackle the growing threat of China’’.

The Prime Minister addressed the major issues during the live call session including the sugar scandal, performance of cabinet ministers, economic situation and the third wave of COVID19.

The premier said ‘’we have to win this fight, the fight for the rule of law. It’s vital for the country’s survival.’’


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