War between two nuclear powers can’t even be considered: PM
Prime Minister Imran Khan said in Davos, the the idea of a war between two nuclear-armed countries cannot even be considered.
According to the details, PM Khan said while speaking to the international media on the sidelines of World Economic Forum in Davos on Wednesday, “Whatever is happening in India is disastrous for people in India, specially those living in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.”
The Prime Minister was referring to recent controversial moves by the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi including introducing an anti-Muslim citizenship bill and revoking semi-autonomous status of of the country’s only Muslim-majority region, Kashmir.
Earlier during his official visit to Davos, We will not become part of any ones war, clarifies Prime Minister Imran Khan while delivering remarks at a moderated session Pakistan Country Strategy Dialogue at WEF Congress Center in Davos.
He said Pakistan has lost more than 70,000 lives in war against terrorism.
Imran Khans said, The era of 60s was the brightest era of Pakistan however the the era of 70’s caused major problems.
He said the youth of Pakistan is very competitive and playing a vital role in the country’s progress.
Pakistan faced major loss in war against terrorism.
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