Pak MP on India Pakistan War: In yet another provocative on Kashmir, certain Pak political outfits on Monday choose a session of Pakistan Assembly for Jihad against India. A political leader suggested that Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan should declare February 10 as the date of war against India.
According to the Pakistan’s publication Dawn, members of Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) party, alias Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA), urged the Pakistan government to declare jihad against India. MMA MP Maulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali suggested that PM Imran Khan should announce that Pakistan would start a war against India after February 10.
Maulana Chitrali was of the view that an announcement of war against India would force the global community to resolve the issues between the two countries. Meanwhile, Chitrali’s call for Jihad against India was welcomed by some of the leaders in the Pakistan Assembly. Also, the other leaders in the Assembly asserted that war was the only option left.
Likewise, leader of the main opposition Khawaja Asif lashed out against other Islamic countries for doing nothing for the people of Kashmir. After the Assembly session, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Mohammad Khan, wanted a plan to attack India. Meanwhile, PM Imran Khan has not responded to calls for jihad against India.