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Army's puppet Imran Khan turns angry young man
9/23/2018 11:41:21 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Sept 23: India calling off the talks between the foreign ministers, which were scheduled to be held at the sidelines of United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) summit, has upset the new Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan.
India cancelled the scheduled talks after the abduction and killing of three Jammu and Kashmir policemen by the Pakistan sponsored terrorists in south Kashmir's Shopian district and the beheading of a Border Security Force jawan near the border.
The killings took place soon after Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to seek resumption of dialogue between the two countries. "It's strange that on one hand Pakistan wants to hold the talks and on the other hand it's leaving no stone unturned to bleed India," said an analyst.
He said that by calling off talks India has given a befitting reply to Pakistan that talks and terror cannot go along. "Imran, who is behaving like an angry young man should realize that he is just a puppet in the hands of his army which punctured his talks balloon jut within hours after him writing a letter to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi," he added.
It's not for the first time that terrorists supported by Pakistan army and ISI have sabotaged any move to allow talks process to begin. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had tried to bury the hatchet in 2015 by visiting Lahore. His visit to the neighbouring country without any prior notice had taken everyone by a surprise. Soon after PM Modi returned from Lahore, Pakistan sponsored terrorists attacked the Pathankot air base and stalled the move to give peace a chance. "It has been proven beyond doubt that politicians in Pakistan are just a rubber stamp rest the country is run by the elements who are inimical to peace and want to keep on fighting the proxy war with India," said a politician.
He said cricketer turned politician, Imran Khan, should stop indulging in publicity stunts as everyone knows that he is holding the PM's office due to army's patronage. "The day army decides to sack him he will end up in a jail like his predecessors," the politician added.
He said that before taking a dig at the people sitting in New Delhi, Imran Khan should introspect and see how small are the people who are sitting around him and what all tactics they resort to bleed India. Army Chief Bipin Rawat has made it clear that time has come to pay back Pakistan army and avenge its barbarism so that it feels the same pain.
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