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Pak PM Imran Khan Warns Of Nuclear War With India At UNGA Speech

Mumbai: Pakistan PM Imran Khan warned it’s neighboring country India of dire consequences in the event of a nuclear war with India over the matter.

“If a traditional war between the two countries starts, anything can happen. A country is seven times smaller than its neighbor whether it will surrender or fight for its independence,” he told the UN General Assembly here Said in the address. Beyond the allotted time limit of between 15 and 20 minutes.

“I believe we will fight and when a nuclear-armed country fights to the end, it will deliver results beyond the borders. I am warning you. This is not a threat, but concern about where we are going. If it goes wrong you’ll be wrong. ” Khan said to be prepared for the best but for the worst.

Meanwhile, acknowledging his government’s failure to internationalize the Kashmir issue, Khan blamed the world community for ignoring the case because of India’s 1.2 billion strong market prospects.

“The world has done nothing (on the Kashmir issue) because India has a huge market of 1.2 billion people. Unfortunately, content dominates humans. But it has serious consequences, and I repeat that I am here,” he said.

Khan continued, as he mentioned the Pulwama terror attack his government had demanded evidence of an attack by Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM).

“There is always the danger of another Pulwama. They can come and bomb again and another cycle can begin,” he said.

Pakistan has been repeatedly snatched by the international community on several platforms, with many countries supporting New Delhi over the matter crying out over India’s abolition of Section 370 in Jammu and Kashmir.

India has said that the move is an internal matter of the country – a stance that has been endorsed by many countries including SAARC countries and the Arab world.

(With ANI Inputs)

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