Army chief says - to stay with India and become secular first PAK

Staff reporter, New Delhi
30/11/2018   0 Comments

Army Chief Bipin Rawat has reversed the ongoing two-day rhetoric from Pakistan. On Friday, the army chief said that Pakistan has become an Islamic State. If they want to stay in harmony with India then they have to become a secular country. We are a secular country. If they want to be like us then something can happen. The army chief said, 'Pakistan's PM Imran Khan has said that if you step one step then I will move two steps. But if one of their steps is positive and its impact on the ground can only be something. Terrorism and dialogue can not be together. ' He said that Imran who is talking about Germany-France relations is not possible in these situations.

Significantly, during the fundraiser of Kartarpur Sahib Corridor, Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan gave a speech, in which he was trying to give a message of peace to India. Now the Army Chief has given a strong response to them. Imran Khan had said that if the two countries are to eliminate the hatreds then they have to move forward and make a decision. He said that nothing will happen by thinking. Explain that during the fundraisers of Kartarpur corridor, Pakistan also invited Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj, Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh. However, Sushma-Amarinder has rejected this invitation from Pakistan. Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal from India, Hardeep Singh Puri had gone to Pakistan.


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