Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, who has been warning India of the nuclear war over the Kashmir issue, has now ackcnowledged that they can lose in a conventional nuclear war against India. However, Pak PM said he was not in the favour of war and reiterated that his country could never start a nuclear war.
“War is not the solution for the problems, it has unintended consequences. Look at the war in Vietnam, Iraq, the war caused other problems,” Imran Khan said. He further said that “if they lose then they would fight to the death for freedom”. “I know we will fight to the death for freedom, and when a nuclear-armed country fights to the death, there are several consequences,” stated Pak PM.
While talking about Kashmir, Khan said that they are reaching out to every international forum to resolve the issue.” Criticizing the abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir by Indian Government, Imran Khan said “India had ‘annexed Kashmir illegally’ and ‘unilaterally broken international laws’”.
Also, he said that they have no other option then approaching international organizations and the stronger countries like China, US and Russia. “I know you guys want to go to LoC, I can feel your passion, but not now, Let me come from UN, I’ll raise this issue their,” Imran Khan said while addressing people in a rally.