Imran Khan Interview: In an interview given to the British newspaper The Telegraph, Imran Khan also talked about the economic benefits that can be achieved through good relations between the two countries. Imran told that both the countries will be benefited by this, but it is not possible with BJP.
Imran Khan on India Pakistan Good Relation: Ever since Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan has been ousted from power, media headlines remain in headlines for some reason or the other. Sometimes he remains in the media because of the allegations of corruption against him and sometimes by accusing the Shahbaz Sharif government. Many times he has also gathered a lot of discussions by praising India’s foreign policy. Now once again he is in headlines, but this time the reason is not the praise of India, but his comment on the BJP government regarding relations with India. Let us know what Imran Khan has said this time.
- India’s stand on Kashmir the main stumbling block in relations
Imran Khan has said in an interview that he wants good relations with India, this is the need of Pakistan. But this will not be possible as long as the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government remains in India. In an interview to the British newspaper The Telegraph, Imran Khan also talked about the economic benefits that can be achieved through good relations between the two countries. Imran told that both the countries will be benefitted by this, but in the meantime, India’s stand on Jammu and Kashmir will be the main obstacle. We need a strong roadmap on this issue.
- do not want to fight with india
Imran Khan further said, BJP’s government is hardline and their issues are related to nationalism. Once the genie of nationalism comes out of the bottle, it becomes very difficult to put it back. Imran said that we want good relations with all the neighbors of Pakistan including Afghanistan, Iran and China. We do not want any war again. India and Pakistan have fought four wars and each time Pakistan has faced defeat.
- Ties ended due to Article 370
When Imran Khan was asked that relations with India were spoiled by Pakistan and this happened when you were in power. You had ended the trade relation with India, so in response to this question, Imran Khan said- ‘When India abolished Article 370 and took away the special status of Kashmir, we had to end relations with them. ‘ Let us tell you that on August 5, 2019, the status of the special state of Kashmir was abolished. In the same month, Pakistan formally downgraded its relations with India.