Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in an attempt to yet again gloss over the country's terror situation has accused the Indian elections for deadlock over dialogue between two countries.
While addressing at a Pakistan China investment forum at Beijing, Imran Khan flayed Indian elections for rousing 'anti-Pakistan rhetoric' but turned a blind eye to terrorism breeding in his country, by stating that the two neighbour countries have 'only one issue' citing Kashmir.
He said, "There is only one issue between Pakistan and India, that is of Kashmir, which has to be resolved by both countries. We also hope that Indian election will be over soon so that there is no incentive to get votes by anti-Pakistan rhetoric and once we hope there is election are over in India, which ever government the people of India chooses we hope from then onward we will develop a stabilised relationship with our neighbour and there is a possibility if we can resolve ."
Further reiterating that Kashmir is the 'only' issue that can be resolved through dialogue.
"We only have one issue that is the issue of Kashmir which two stablised country can always resolve through dialogue and we believe there is a solution. Once that happen just imagine." he added.
A few days earlier, The Army and Jammu and Kashmir Police paraded a Lashkar-e-Taiba terrosist amid a joint press brief over foreign terrorists arrested in Baramulla, who then made explicit admissions.
The terrorist identifying himself as Pakistani, Mohammad Waqar Awan, a resident of Mohalla Miana in Mianwali area of Punjab in Pakistan, divulged the details of his training being conducted in Pakistan occupied Kashmir's Muzaffarabad and Republic TV learnt that the 27-year-old terrorist was trained at the residence of 26/11 mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, who is currently out on bail granted by Lahore High Court in 2015.
During questioning, the two men told the police that they were located at a camp in Islamabad. A large number of other inmates at the camp were Pakistani teens, most of them from the restive Balochistan province. Some of the boys roped in for training were as young as 10 years old.
A man linked to terror group Hizbul Mujahideen was caught alive and two terrorists were killed during an encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Kulgam district. The Central Reserve Police Force, Army and the state police -- which conducted the overnight operation in Khudwani area of Kulgam district -- said the arrest was made with a message that if misguided young men in the Valley wished to return to mainstream,
During the overnight gunbattle, a terrorist who has been identified as Adil, was caught. Police said Adil had recently joined the Hizbul Mujahideen group.
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