Islamabad : A day before PM Modi while speaking on the Pulwama terror attack, challenged his Pakistani counterpart PM Imran Khan to take “immediate action” on the terror activities that are being funded by Pakistan.
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In a statement released by the Pakistan Prime Minister’s Office, Imran Khan requested PM Modi to give peace a chance. The statement also read that Pakistan Prime Minister is a man of his word and if provided with actionable intelligence, he would take an action immediately.
PTI chief Khan’s statement came a day after PM Modi’s public rally in Rajasthan’s Tonk where he challenged Khan to rove if he was indeed a “Pathan’s son” by taking stringent and immediate action against terrorism, which had spread its roots in the country.
Modi was referring to a congratulatory phone call that he made to Imran Khan after he became the Pakistan Prime Minister last year.
During his last address, Khan denied all allegations made by India leveled against his country that Pakistan has been funding terror and that Pakistan was behind the Pulwama terror attack.
He said that India has been blaming Pakistan without any proven facts.
A couple of days ago, the government of Pakistan’s Punjab province claimed that it has taken over the control of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) headquarters in Bahalwapur In order to ‘subjugate all terror related organizations’ in their country.