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Pak PM Khan pretends to be blind, can't see Azhar enjoys all privileges in his country
2/19/2019 11:41:03 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Feb 19: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, who during the past six months has proved that he is nothing more than a stooge of the army, on Tuesday threatened to retaliate if India attacks Pakistan.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said that "Khan is speaking what Pakistan army has taught him. He is trying to claim that there was no involvement of Pakistan in the Pulwama attack. Irony is that he is seeking proof about involvement of Pakistan. He is pretending to be blind. Is he not aware about the activities of terror outfit JeM, which claimed the responsibility for the attack. The JeM chief Masood Azhar is roaming freely in his country and is enjoying all the privileges. Still he wants proof?"
The analyst said that "India needs to remain firm on its stand at this juncture. Khan saying that his country is ready to talk about terrorism is nothing but a lollypop. The fact is that India's aggressive posture has sent alarm bells ringing in Pakistan and our rogue neighbor has realized that Indian Army may hit it hard. He (Khan) is talking about terrorism just to buy time. Otherwise he also knows it very well that Pakistan is a safe haven for terrorists and the terror bosses which have been plotting bleeding India are based in Pakistan."
A defense analyst said that time has come to take decisive action against the terrorists and terror camps operational in Pakistan occupied Kashmir and other parts of that country. "Recently Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that time to talk to Pakistan is over. He needs to stick to his statement and allow the armed forces to tackle Pakistan in their own way. Imran Khan's offer to hold talks is nothing but mere eyewash. Even if he wants to talk neither his army nor the terrorist leaders in his country will allow him to do so," he added.
He said that time has come to avenge the killings of our martyrs and pay Pakistan back. "Imran Khan's threat that Pakistan will retaliate is just rhetoric. He knows it very well that his army cannot match the skills of Indian Army and if the war is declared entire Pakistan would be annexed."
An observer said that "the people who are talking about giving peace a chance are turning a blind eye towards the fact that Pakistan has been given enough chances. And it doesn't deserve any other chance. Indian leadership needs to put its act together and eliminate the terrorist like Masood Azhar, who are operating from Pakistan's soil."
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