Declaring himself as an ambassador for raising the Kashmir issue at international fora, Prime Minister Imran Khan Wednesday sternly warned of stronger response from Pakistan in case of any misadventure by Narendra Modi led government across the Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK).
Imran Khan said wars were no solution to the issues, but in case it was imposed upon Pakistan, it would evoke a stronger response entailing serious consequences. He added that the whole nation and its armed forces were ready to respond to any Indian aggression or miscalculation.
The Pakistani prime minister made the statements while addressing a special session of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly.
Endorsing the statement of AJK Prime Minister Farooq Haider, Imran Khan said the ideology of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) applied through Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) would not merely end over the Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK) rather it could head towards Pakistan.
He said Pakistan had information that India planned to intrude into the AJK but our armed forces are fully vigilant and battle-hardened to response to any miscalculation in a befitting manner.
Imran Khan said the Modi government had more dangerous plans in order to divert the world's attention from the grave situation in IoK. He stressed that the Pakistan armed forces were battle-hardened and had given huge sacrifices in the long war on terror.
The whole nation is ready to face any challenge. We are ready to face all the challenges and will go to the last extent to defend ourselves, and will not bow before any threat, he said.
The Pakistani premier said in case of any aggression, the Muslims ought to respond with full might as they had no fear from death as manifested in the history in which they had defeated bigger enemies.
He stated that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had committed a strategic blunder and played his last card over the occupied Kashmir which would cost him heavily.
The Kashmir issue was being internationalized, Imran Khan said, adding he had raised the issue with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and US President Donald Trump, adding that the world now realized the dangers posed by the RSS ideology and the unilateral moves by India in IOK.
He assured the AJK political leadership and assembly that he took it as his responsibility to fight the case of Kashmir at all the world fora and would continue raising voice across the globe as its ambassador.
The premier said he had tried to expose the real face of BJP through his tweets, spelling out that the ideology imposed by its armed wing RSS posed a very grave threat to the world and the region, and Modi had been its (RSS) member since his childhood.
The RSS ideology, which was inspired from Hitler's Nazi party, considered Hindu race as supreme to all other minorities, Imran Khan said, adding the RSS was out to take revenge from the Indian Muslims, besides targeting Christians, Sikhs and other minorities in India. He said the RSS thought that the Hindus could have been a greater nation if they were not ruled by the Muslims rulers in India.
Meanwhile, Pakistan has asked the UN Security Council for an urgent meeting on the contested Kashmir region, according to a letter released Wednesday by Pakistan's Foreign Ministry.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi made the request in a letter to UN Security Council President Joanna Wronecka, seeking to participate in the meeting under the agenda item India-Pakistan question.
Source: International Islamic News Agency