Islamabad, February 19 (APP): Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan Tuesday warned India against becoming adventurous and attacking Pakistan on the issue of the Pulwama attack on February 14 in which a suicide bomber killed 44 Indian Security Forces personnel.
“If Indians believe that they can launch an attack on Pakistan, they should understand that Pakistan would not hesitate but retaliate immediately,” Imran told his countrymen in a televised address.
He was reacting to the sabre-rattling, particularly by the Indian media, calling for a “surgical strike” against Pakistan, and expressed the hope that “better sense will prevail” and misadventures will be avoided.
Imran Khan said “no law in the world allows one to be the “judge jury and executioner” and said if India offered any proof, Pakistan would cooperate.
“We all know that it is easy to start a war, but very difficult to end. And we do not know where it all will lead to.”
Imran Khan offered to India talks saying “we need to address all issues by dialogue.”
Here is the video of the speech: