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MIRPUR: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday warned Modi against attacking Pakistan, saying that it would be his 'last mistake'.

PM Imran was addressing an event held to mark the Kashmir Solidarity Day where he responded to Indian Prime Minister Modi's remarks about the Indian Army having the capability to invade Pakistan in 10 days.

"Modi your first mistake on August 5 when you revoked the special status of Kashmir," he said. "If you attack Pakistan and conquer it in 10 days like you said, I guarantee that each and every person in this country will fight you till the last breath."

"Our army is battle-hardened and has taken on terrorism and defeated which even the best troops in the world could not do," he remarked.

The prime minister referred to India's action of scrapping Article 370 on August 5 as "Modi's first mistake" saying that the world had forgotten about Kashmir but thanks to the Indian prime minister, it had been reminded of it again.

“I can guarantee you now that Kashmir will now be independent. Before August 5, the world had forgotten about Kashmir. Even the Pakistani leaders did not talk about Kashmir, but now the entire world is talking about Kashmir.”

“In the last six months, the issue of Kashmir has become internationalised,” PM Imran stated. “Before this India used to say that the issue of Kashmir was a bi-lateral issue. When Pakistan used to talk about Kashmir, India used to say that talk about Azad Kashmir.”

The prime minister continued, “Today we are a country that solves issues. Whether it is an issue with Iran and Saudi Arabia or it is about the Afghan peace process, we try our best to solve it.”

Coming back to Modi he once again called him out for jetting on a campaign of hatred to win the elections.

“His [Modi’s] entire camping was based on hate. And anything which is based on hate always ends in disaster. After he won the election he said he would do that in Kashmir what was in the RSS manifesto and revoked Kashmir’s autonomy and put it under lockdown,” PM Imran said.

He added that never before in the last 50 years people had talked about the Kashmir issue but just in the span of a few months thrice the UNGA had taken up the issue of Kashmir.

“Lawmakers in US, UK and EU also discussed the issue of Kashmir. EU MPs also called for an end to the lockdown and the restoration of the internet in the valley,” he remarked.

“To the people of Kashmir I just want to say that our prayers are with you and I can guarantee you that you will now become independent,” he added.
 

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"Our army is battle-hardened and has taken on terrorism and defeated which even the best troops in the world could not do,"
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Bakistanis have done more damage to Pakistan then Indian Army could ever dream of. Modi isn't about to give up that advantage by Attacking Pakistan.
 

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Imran Khan's pathetic indecision of returning that Indian pilot handed Modi the election victory.Since then he has been barking tweets on RSS while Modi's taking one drastic action after another.
 

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PM IK impassioned speech today at Mirpur AJK Jalsa..he was in full form..


some quotes from Dawn article...

PM Imran warns Modi, Indian army chief against warmongering

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday warned Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane against continuing the anti-Pakistan war rhetoric ramped up recently by India.

Delivering an impassioned speech in the Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) city of Mirpur where a rally to mark Kashmir Solidarity Day was held, the prime minister referred to recent comments by Modi where he had claimed the Indian forces "will not take more than seven to 10 days to make Pakistan bite the dust".


"You need to brush up on history. It seems your degree was fake," said the prime minister. He said that leaders who had shown such pride had always been defeated in the past, giving examples of the failure of Hitler's and Napolean's forces to permeate Russia, of US forces to win the Afghan war and to conquer Vietnam.


"Narendra Modi, the statement you gave on this country, and the Indian army chief [...] this is my message to you both [...] you have already made a mistake on August 5. Just remember, every citizen of this 200 million-strong nation, down to the last child, will fight to their final breath.


"We will show you how we can fight. [...] our army is well recognised, battle-hardened. Our people are God-fearing [...] none of us fear death.


"If you are under the false impression that you will take any action against Pakistan to strengthen your Hindu voter base, it will be the last mistake you make," said the premier in a grave warning to his Indian counterpart.


In January, the Indian army chief had said that the Indian army will move to claim AJK if it is given orders in this regard by the parliament.

His statement was dismissed by the Pakistan Army's media wing as "routine rhetoric for domestic audiences to get out of ongoing internal turmoil".

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In his address today, the premier said that whenever a leader bases his campaign on hatred against a group of people and when that card is used to gain votes, the election is won but then there is nothing but destruction waiting ahead.

"When he won the election, he decided to do in Kashmir what the RSS manifesto was. He thought he would imprison Kashmiris, but what happened?

"He thought he would end the issue of Kashmir altogether but the way the issue has been internationalised, there is talk of Kashmir where it was never before discussed," said the prime minister.

He said the United Nations Security Council alone had debated the issue thrice already.

The premier reminded Kashmiris that Pakistan will continue to stand by them and will continue to fight alongside them.

"Kashmiris who are going through a hard time, all our prayers with you. We pray you are granted patience.


"But I say, I had promised to be your ambassador. I stand before you in that capacity today, not as the prime minister of Pakistan."




He said he had raised the issue of Kashmir with every single foreign leader he had met since August 5.


"I spoke to Trump thrice, spoke to British premier Boris Johnson, spoke to German Chancellor Angela Merkel twice and explained what is happening in Kashmir.


"I spoke to the Russian foreign minister in New York, spoke to [French President] Macron for half an hour and spoke in great detail with Canada's [Prime Minister] Justin Trudeau," said the premier, as he assured Kashmiris he will continue their struggle on their behalf.


He said the world now knows the situation in Kashmir. "This is the reason why the RSS plan to spill the blood of Kashmiris in occupied Kashmir, to terrorise them, and to instil so much fear in their hearts that they accept what has been done in Kashmir, has failed."


"The entire world now demands an end to this oppression".


The premier expressed confidence that good times lie ahead for Kashmir and that Modi will not be able to carry on with his nefarious designs for much longer.


"The day the curfew is lifted, a sea of people will flow and there will be only one voice: Freedom!


"InshaAllah then, Modi will not have any more cards to play. Then, Kashmiris who fought bravely in the Independence movement and 30 years before where 100,000 Kashmiris laid down their lives, will see relief. God will not only make things easy but grant you freedom," said the prime minister.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1532825/
 

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As much as I like Khan’s speeches I believe speeches alone just wont cut it anymore. Whether it’s Kashmir or any other issue the country is facing. People are growing tired of it. The narrative that ‘the previous government did this and that so it ll take time to repair things’ has grown to weak. People need results and actions not talk, like all the previous governments.
Arm them with RPGs, for heavens sake that’s the least we can do. All they have are AKs and grenades. If Indians can go all the way to Afghanistan and arm the TTP, why can’t we do the same. Woh bhi to take back what’s rightly fully ours in the first place.
 
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