Prime Minister Imran Khan has said despite New Delhi's many attempts, India will never be able to suppress the freedom movement of the people of Occupied Kashmir.
The premier made the remarks while sitting down for an interview with Turkish state broadcaster TRT World.
PM Imran said Islamabad wanted dialogue with India but New Delhi has refused the country's many peace overtures. He said the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government is involved in human rights violations in the Indian occupied Kashmir.
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The prime minister said Pakistan is facing multiple crises. However, the government will effectively solve all these challenges in due time.
He claimed the country's economy had improved in the last four months of his government's tenure.
“Two nuclear armed countries should not even think of a war; not even a Cold war because it could worsen any time. The only way is bilateral talks. Two nuclear armed countries at war is like a suicide” - #PMIKOnTRTWorldhttps://t.co/Qw7Akykflr pic.twitter.com/glqBlsKo9i— PTI (@PTIofficial) January 7, 2019
Imran Khan said when his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party came into power, the country was facing a record current account deficit. However, China has turned out to be "a breath of fresh air" at this critical juncture.
To a question, the premier said Islamabad wanted relations with the US based on equality and "we are ready to become an ally with the United States for peace in Afghanistan."