A day after US President Donald Trump offered to mediate the Kashmir dispute again, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the United States and the United States have nuclear weapons tensions between Pakistan and India over this issue. There must be 'urgent efforts' to prevent it from arriving at which there is no way back.
According to the report, the US President, during a meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan at a meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, reiterated his old offer of mediation to resolve the Kashmir issue between India and Pakistan.
In an interview to the International Media Council on the sidelines of the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum, the Prime Minister said that although Pakistan and India are not currently close to engaging in a mutual dispute, international powers including the United Nations and the United States. Must make 'necessary efforts' to prevent tensions between the two countries armed with nuclear weapons to the point where there is no way back.
The Prime Minister said that he feared that India might try to increase tensions on the border to divert the world's attention from protests against a government move called anti-Muslim in his country.
He added that 'you cannot even imagine a conflict between two countries with nuclear weapons', which is why the United States and the United States must step in.
Prime Minister Imran Khan also demanded that UN observers be given closer access to the Line of Control.
He further said that when he approached Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi after taking office in 2018, he encountered 'a brick wall' and India responded to the Paloma attack in occupied Kashmir. Sent warships which made relations worse.
The Prime Minister added that the worst of the worst was when the Delhi unilaterally annexed Kashmir in August last year.
Describing the current situation in India as destructive for the people of India and occupied Kashmir, the Prime Minister said, "I just think that the path that India is taking is devastating for it."
In response to a question, the Prime Minister said that close ties between India and the US are understandable as it is a big market for the US but the real concern is the direction India is heading.
Talking about the situation in the Pakistani economy, the Prime Minister said, "We are trying to strengthen the state institutions, we have tightened money laundering laws".
He added, "This is the first time that civil-military relations are on the same page, whereas in the past it was not possible that the intelligence agencies were clearly aware that the politicians were creating a profession through corruption."