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Imran Khan says he has lost faith in dialogue with India

Prime Minister Imran Khan stated that he no longer believes in dialogue with Modi to resolve the ongoing conflict, and fears another false-flag attack that will escalate military confrontation. He directed the PTI leadership to stage a mammoth protest against Modi at the upcoming UNGA session in New York.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan, on Wednesday, stated that he no longer believes in seeking a dialogue with India to resolve the ongoing dispute, and underscored his apprehensions over rising military escalations between the nuclear-armed rivals.

Speaking to The New York Times in an exclusive interview a day after his telephone conversation with US President Donald Trump, Prime Minister Imran Khan stated his disappointment over Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s repetitive rejection at his requests for dialogue, which were recorded before and after New Delhi’s unlawful move of scraping away occupied Kashmir’s special constitutional status.

No Point of Dialogue 

Imran Khan said, “There is no point in talking to them. I mean, I have done all the talking. Unfortunately, now when I look back, all the overtures that I was making for peace and dialogue, I think they took it for appeasement.”

The Prime Minister ordered the Pakistan Tehreek-Insaf leaders and workers to mobilize the community and human rights organizations for the protest against Narendra Modi in New York. 

“There is nothing more that we can do.” Prime Minister Imran Khan warned against the agendas of the Modi administration in the occupied Himalayan valley. He said, “The most important thing is that eight million people’s lives are at risk. We are all worried that there is ethnic cleansing and genocide about to happen.”

The prolonged curfew and unprecedented communications blackout in occupied Kashmir has entered its 17th day. International media outlets, local journalists and opinion makers have accused the Indian troops and J&K police officials of using brute force on innocent Kashmiris. The elected political leaders of the Kashmiris have been detained or jailed, a move that has been condemned by the United Nations and human rights organization.

However, New Delhi remains adamant that its new policy on occupied Kashmir remains an “internal” matter and the deployment of additional Indian troops is a precautionary measure aimed at temporarily normalizing the dissent.

A day earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan had a telephonic conversation with US President Donald Trump, where he warned the US President of a “potentially very explosive situation” between India and Pakistan.

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Speaking to the New York Times, Prime Minister Khan reiterated his concerns of India’s agenda to carry out yet another “false flag operation” in Indian-occupied Kashmir in a bid to justify the need to undertake military action against Pakistan. Imran Khan stressed that Pakistan will be compelled to respond with force.

He said, “And then you are looking at two nuclear-armed countries eyeball to eyeball, and anything can happen.” He continued, “My worry is that this can escalate and for two nuclear-armed countries, it should be alarming for the world what we are facing now.”

Protest against Modi in New York

Earlier on Wednesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the Indian government has violated all the foundations of international laws and human rights charter with its brutal treatment of the people of occupied Kashmir. As the ambassador of the Kashmir people, Imran Khan vowed that he would address the Kashmiri cause for freedom at every forum.

Presiding over a meeting with the PTI Overseas Secretary Abdullah Riar, Prime Minister Imran Khan urged all PTI leaders and workers to stage a protest against Narendra Modi in New York, on the occasion of the United Nations General Assembly session, scheduled for next month.

As the world shows solidarity for victims of violence based on religion & belief, it must also move to prevent an impending genocide of Kashmiris in IOK.

The premier said that the Modi administration that cannot justify its illegal decision to forcefully annex the occupied Himalayan valley, given the bilateral agreements between India and Pakistan, and the nature of the UN Security Council resolutions. PM Khan vowed to raise his voice for the Kashmiri struggle for freedom at every international forum.

The Prime Minister ordered the Pakistan Tehreek-Insaf leaders and workers to mobilize the community and human rights organizations for the protest against Narendra Modi in New York.

He underscored that the Modi administration has committed gross human rights violations, and the PTI leadership must focus on uniting the community and human rights organizations in New York to organize a powerful protest against Narendra Modi at the UN General Assembly session.

Imran Khan said, “I will expose the unconstitutional and unilateral decision of India at every level.”

In a series of tweets on the occasion of the International Day for Victims of Violence, made earlier today, Prime Minister Imran Khan underscored the suffering of the Kashmiris in the Indian-occupied valley.

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He said, “Today, on the 1st International Day for Victims of Violence based on Religion or Belief, we call attention to the plight of millions of Kashmiris living under brutal Indian Occupation, abuse & violence, deprived of all fundamental rights & freedoms.”

The premier added, “The Indian Occupation Forces have even denied them their right to observe their religious practices, including Eid ul Azha.”

“As the world shows solidarity for victims of violence based on religion & belief, it must also move to prevent an impending genocide of Kashmiris in IOK.”

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