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By S Vikram | Aug 14, 2019 05:43 PM

On August 14 (Wednesday), Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan had reportedly threatened India against the war. The repercussions caused for Pakistan after the scrapping of Article 370 has pushed the Pakistan Government to take possible actions against India. Earlier, Pakistan expelled India’s High commissioner Ajay Basaria who returned to India a few days back after Pakistan refused to withdraw the decision.

Pak PM Imran Khan threatens war against India-Kashmir issue

Speaking at the legislative assembly of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir on the occasion of Pakistan's Independence day, Imran Khan said Pakistan is ready to act and not tolerate any violation of India in the Kashmir issue. "We are observing where the events go from here. Pakistan is fully ready; our army, our people are on one page. We have decided we will not tolerate any violation and are fully ready to counter it," Imran Khan was quoted as saying by DNA.

Further, Imran Khan accused Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP that the Muslim community in India is living in fear because of lynching. Also, he warned Narendra Modi that “He is playing his final card but it is going to be very expensive for India”. Khan claimed himself as the global ambassador for the cause of Kashmir and that he would take the issue to every international forum.

Questioning the United Nations, Khan said “Does the United Nations only work when the powerful make a decision? Does it not stand up when the weak are oppressed?"   Khan affirmed that the people of his country are ready to fight for the freedom of Kashmir and their army has been fighting for 20 years against terrorism which will also support the ongoing freedom battle.