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Imran Khan’s statement of Alapa Kashmir in Sri Lanka, soft silence on terrorism, says advocates for peace talks

Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan has once again played the melody of Kashmir. In Sri Lanka, Imran Khan has said that Kashmir is only a matter of dispute between India and Pakistan. Not only in Kashmir, Imran Khan in Sri Lanka said something which opened his own crime book.

Addressing the Sri Lankan-Pakistan Trade and Investment Conference, Khan said that he had offered India to hold peace talks when he was elected Prime Minister in 2018 but nothing happened. Khan co-chaired the conference with Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa.

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said, ‘I first talked to our neighboring country India after coming to power. I explained to the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi that we should try to resolve our disputes through dialogue and then we should try to improve our business relations. We should try to reduce the controversy. I did not succeed but I am hopeful. Our dispute is about one thing only. That is the issue of Kashmir and this can only be resolved through dialogue.

Imran did not get gritty for the first time on Sri Lanka tour
If Imran Khan went to the Sri Lanka-Pakistan Trade and Investment Conference, it was because the destitute would ask for some money for Pakistan. But when the tongue opened, Kashmir and Kashmir shouted. By the way, this is not the first time Imran has been gritty on this Sri Lankan tour. Earlier, Sri Lanka had canceled Imran Khan’s proposed speech in Parliament, because Sri Lanka feared that Imran Khan might raise the Kashmir issue. If you did not get a chance in Parliament, Imran spoke at the investment conference. Kashmir does not have to meet Pakistan, 2-4 paisa was to be received in the investment conference, the chance of that is also seen slipping out of hand.

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