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Sherry Rehman criticizes PM Khan’s statement on BJP


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Pakistan People’s Party senator Sherry Rehman has criticized the latest statement of Prime Minister Imran Khan pertaining to the Narendra Modi’s election win.

Sherry Rehman said, “It is unseemly for a sitting PM to state a preference for dialogue with a candidate from another country in the middle of their election. Pakistan does business with states, not individuals. To say Modi will give us a better chance to talk is closing the door for others in India!.”

Yesterday Prime Minister Imran Khan in an interview with foreign journalist opined that he sees a better chance of dialogue and resolution of Kashmir issue with Bharatiya Janata Party’s leader and sitting Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He sees bright future of dialogue if Narendra Modi wins the current elections. He is, however, less hopeful of peace between India and Pakistan if opposition party Congress won the elections.

Anything happening in Kashmir through a reaction to the oppression which is taking place in Kashmir it would be palmed off on Pakistan.

“Perhaps if the BJP – a right-wing party – wins, some kind of settlement in Kashmir could be reached,” PM Imran said. “I never thought I would see what is happening in India right now,” said the former cricket star. “Muslim-ness is being attacked. While Prime Minister Imran Khan sending a message to his Indian counterpart urged for the settlement of Kashmir issue.

He told the BBC, “Surely the number one task of the two governments [Pakistan, India] should be how we are going to reduce poverty,” Prime Minister Khan.” “There is only one difference which is Kashmir. It has to be settled.”

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“Anything happening in Kashmir through a reaction to the oppression which is taking place in Kashmir it would be palmed off on Pakistan. We would be blamed and tensions would rise, as they have risen in the past,” he added further.

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