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“India will be schooled, let it dare doing something,” Musharraf

On the blustering hostile statements from the arch rival country, former president General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf warned, “let India put something into practice first,” they will be taught a lesson.

He was talking exclusively to ARY News on Sunday in the wake of recent remarks from Indian army chief General Bipin Rawat:“talks and terrorism can’t go hand in hand” and that there is a need to take revenge against the Pakistan army. “Yes, it’s time to give it back to them in the same coin, not resorting to similar kind of barbarism. But, I think the other side must also feel the same pain,” he said.

Former military dictator Pervez Mushrraf lambasted while dubbing India a paper lion, “India should note that our military is brave, experienced and proficient in the battle field.”

Recalling 2001 Indian Parliament attack, Musharraf said after that incident, India had brought all of its troops on the borders and we stood in front of them for 10 months that forced Indian army to turn their tails from the ground.

“Indian Premier Narendra Modi wants to present Pakistan as a terrorist state for his political gains,” chief of All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) stated.

PM Imran calls Indian response ‘arrogant and negative’

Earlier today, Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed disappointment on the Indian government for cancelling the scheduled meeting in New York calling it the ‘negative and arrogant.’

PM Imran had written a letter to his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, seeking resumption of dialogue with ‘constructive engagement’ between the two countries on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly session.

However, India announced not to proceed with the proposed talks, accusing Pakistan of ‘unclean intentions’ for the dialogue.

“Disappointed at the arrogant and negative response by India to my call for the resumption of the peace dialogue. However, all my life I have come across small men occupying big offices who do not have the vision to see the larger picture,” said the prime minister.

 

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