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Khan wants friendly ties, Army not interested
Indo-Pak Relations
11/30/2018 10:49:29 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Nov 30: On one hand Pakistan Prime Minister is talking about there being no military solution to Kashmir, while on the other hand his country is busy pushing militants into Jammu and Kashmir.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said that during the past one year scores of Pakistani militants have been killed in Kashmir and it's an ample proof of the fact that Pakistani nationals are involved in waging a war against India. "In 2018 two nephews of the JeM chief and wanted militant Masood Azhar were killed in the encounters with the security forces in different parts of the Valley. Recently the so-called chief commander of proscribed terror outfit Lashkar-e-Toiba Naveed Jatt was eliminated in a gunfight at Chattergam in Budgam district. He too was a Pak national," the analyst added.
He said before seeking any talks with India, the Pakistan Prime Minister should admit that Pakistani Army and ISI are fighting a proxy war in J&K and are responsible for spreading terror in J&K and other parts of India through their henchmen for the past 30-years. "The Indian leaders have made it clear that talks and terror cannot go together. It's for Imran Khan to tell the Army of his country to stop sending militants into Kashmir and end this proxy war in the state," the analyst added.
He said that Imran Khan has admitted that it's not in the interest of his country to allow terrorist related activities from its soil. "Pakistan should bear in mind that it cannot have the cake and eat it too. Since the day Imran Khan has taken over the reins of the country he has been giving an impression that he wants to normalize the ties with India but the fact is that since the day he has come into power terrorists and their leaders have been freed from various jails and they are leaving no stone unturned to add fuel to the fire by sending more and more terrorists into J&K," said a Kashmir watcher.
He said, "If Pakistan wants to normalize its relationship with India it should stop talking about Kashmir and should make it clear to their stooges active in the Valley to stop preaching sedition and separatism."
He said, "During the past three months it has been proven beyond doubt that Imran Khan has no control over the Pakistan Army or the ISI. He is following the dictations of the men in uniform and he cannot afford to annoy them. History stands testimony to the fact that if any of the Pakistan leaders has gone against the will of the Army either he has been executed or his government has been toppled. Imran should first set his own house in order and then talk about normalizing relations with India."
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