Pakistan-India Relation: Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan says he wants good relations between Pakistan and India, but there is “no chance” of that happening as long as the nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is in power. Imran Khan (70) said this in an interview given to the British newspaper ‘The Telegraph’ on Monday. He highlighted that if both the neighboring countries establish trade with each other, then what economic benefits can be there for both.
Imran said, if the relations between the two countries become good, then the benefits would be immense, but he argued that the Kashmir issue is the main obstacle in this. Imran said, “I understand it is possible, but the BJP government in India is very hardline and has a nationalist approach to these issues. It is disappointing because you have no room (for a solution). Those nationalist sentiments Once this genie of nationalism is out of the bottle, it is very difficult to put it back.”
Pakistan had spoiled relations
Undoubted Imran Khan They are crying out for good relations with India, but the credit goes to them for spoiling the relations between the two countries. In fact, on 5 August 2019, the Government of India had abolished the status of the special state of Kashmir. In the same month, Pakistan formally started breaking its relations with India. Imran said that we want good relations with all the neighbors of Pakistan including Afghanistan, Iran and China. ‘We want good relations between the two countries. We do not want a Cold War-like situation to arise once again. India and Pakistan have fought four wars and each time Pakistan has been defeated.
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