In yet another terror admission, Pakistan PM Imran Khan has made an appeal to terrorists who are entering Kashmir from Pakistan-Occupied-Kashmir. Dropping the guise of victimhood, Khan openly called out to terrorists planning to enter Jammu and Kashmir. He has justified their activity of infiltration into India. He even shifted focus and blame on India by saying that PoK terrorists' 'support for Kashmiri struggle' would mean playing into the hands of Indian narrative.
I understand the anguish of the Kashmiris in AJK seeing their fellow Kashmiris in IOJK under an inhumane curfew for over 2 months. But any one crossing the LoC from AJK to provide humanitarian aid or support for Kashmiri struggle will play into the hands of the Indian narrative -— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) October 5, 2019
a narrative that tries to divert from the indigenous Kashmiris' struggle against brutal Indian Occupation by trying to label it as "Islamic terrorism" being driven by Pakistan. It will give India an excuse to increase violent oppression of Kashmiris in IOJK & attack across LoC— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) October 5, 2019
PM Narendra Modi is likely to visit Saudi Arabia, as per news agency ANI's report. As per the report, he is expected to hold bilateral talks with top Saudi leadership, including Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The Prime Minister is also expected to attend an investment summit hosted by the Gulf nation in capital Riyadh, the report adds. There is no official confirmation from the Prime Minister's Office about PM Modi's Saudi Arabia visit. The groundwork for PM's possible visit was done by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval who visited the region on Wednesday and spoke one-on-one with the Crown Prince on several matters including the revocation of Article 370.
India on Friday condemned the "provocative and irresponsible" statements against it by Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan over the abrogation of provisions of Article 370 and said he is unaware of how international relations are conducted. Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said the comments made by Khan do not behove the post he holds. Kumar was responding to a question on the call for a march from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir to the Line of Control, which has been backed by Pakistan's military, to protest India's move. At a rally held last month, Khan said he knew that majority of the youth in PoK wanted to stage the march to the LoC.