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Let us negotiate and settle all outstanding issues: Imran Khan urges India

Talking about the Pulwama attack, Imran said, "We know how the families of those killed in Pulwama affect must have felt. We have been the victims of war for decades. I have been to hospitals visiting survivors of bomb attacks, the ones who are left behind."

Shobhit Kalra

Shobhit KalraBy Shobhit Kalra

Published on 27 Feb 2019 10:55 AM GMT

Let us negotiate and settle all outstanding issues: Imran Khan urges India
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Islamabad: Having no options left, the Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again urged India to hold taks on Pulwama incident and said that it is open for negotiations to discuss all disputes.

Briefing a press conference, Imran said, "All great conflicts are a result of miscalculation. I ask the people of India - can both our countries afford any miscalculations? I reiterate: Pakistan is ready to talk about the Pulwama incident & open negotiations to discuss all disputes."

He said, "We offered India every possible support into the investigation into the Pulwama attack. Let us open the corridor of negotiations and settle all outstanding issues."

Talking about the Pulwama attack, Imran said, "We know how the families of those killed in Pulwama affect must have felt. We have been the victims of war for decades. I have been to hospitals visiting survivors of bomb attacks, the ones who are left behind."

Khan's statements came after Indian Airforce shot down its fighter aircraft after it tried to intrude into India across LoC.

Pakistan also made claims that it has captured two Indian Air Force pilots. The MEA, however, said that one of the Indian Pilots is missing and there is no official information given by Pak authorities about his custody.

Jammu and Kashmir police sources had said earlier three PAF F-16 fighter jets violated the Indian airspace in Nowshera sector but were pushed back by the Indian side.

Shobhit Kalra

Shobhit Kalra

Writer has 10 years of experience in digital media. Presently working as Chief Sub Editor at newstrack.com. An avid reader and always willing to learn new things and techniques.

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