Pakistan: Wanted to improve relations with India while being PM, but stopped due to RSS and Kashmir – Imran Khan’s big disclosure

Imran Khan on India-Pak Relations: Imran Khan said that after India abolished the special status of Kashmir in 2019, his government did not insist on talks to improve relations with India.

Imran Khan: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan (Former Pak PM) Imran Khan said on Monday (December 20, 2022) that he wanted to improve strained relations with India during his tenure, but revoked the special status of Kashmir. Doing became a hindrance. He also said that the then Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa also wanted better relations with India, and was even more inclined towards it.

I wanted to improve relations with India as PM: Imran Khan

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party chairman said, “I wanted to improve relations with India during my three-and-a-half-year tenure, but the ideology of the RSS and the revocation of (Jammu and Kashmir) special status became an obstacle.” Went.” He said these things during an interaction with a group of foreign journalists at his Zaman Park residence in Lahore.

Said, after the end of the special status of Kashmir, he did not insist on it

Khan said his government did not push for talks after India scrapped Kashmir’s special status in 2019. “We wanted India to first reverse its decision and hold peace talks,” he said. A question was raised by the Press Trust of India as to who was running the foreign policy for India during his tenure. To this he replied, “I was the boss… I was running the foreign policy. However, let me tell you that General Bajwa was even more inclined towards better relations with India. Khan had recently said that he did not have power during his tenure as General Bajwa was the person who was taking the decisions.


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On being reminded that he had expressed his wish before the elections in India that Narendra Modi wins and resolves the Kashmir issue. On this Imran Khan said, “I still believe that the leader of the right wing party can solve it. Modi was from the right wing party, so I wanted him to come back to power and solve the Kashmir issue.”

Relations between India and Pakistan have often been tense over the Kashmir issue and cross-border terrorism emanating from Pakistan. Relations between the two countries have further strained after India abrogated Article 370 of the Constitution, revoked the special status of Jammu and Kashmir, and bifurcated the state into two union territories on August 5, 2019.


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