Monday, 21 October 2019

Pakistan Foreign Minister says, ‘war can happen with India anytime’

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has been continuously beating the drums of war after provoking the world over Kashmir issue. Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has once again threatened to wage an accidental war on the Kashmir issue in Geneva. Qureshi showed great gaiety while speaking to the press during the United Nations Human Rights Council session in Geneva.

Qureshi said that if this situation continues in Kashmir, then anything is possible. Both Pakistan and India understand the consequences of the war. However, contingent war cannot be ruled out. Qureshi claimed that United Nations Human Rights Council High Commissioner Michel Bachelet wanted to visit Kashmir. Qureshi had appealed for an international inquiry into the situation in Jammu and Kashmir.

Qureshi further said that he had talks with Bachelet and invited him to visit both Indian and Pakistani parts. Qureshi said that Bachelet should visit both places and investigate with as much impartiality as the world knows what the right situation is. At the same time, Qureshi has also ruled out the possibility of bilateral talks to ease tensions between Indo-Pak.

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