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‘You and your coward army chief should stop issuing threats’: Rehman Malik warns Modi

ISLAMABAD: Responding to Indian COAS Bipin Rawat’s threatening statement, former interior minister and Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader Rehman Malik warned Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi by saying that he will expose his misdeeds before the world if he and his army chief do not stop issuing threats to Pakistan.

“Mr Prime Minister Modi I challenge you to have open debate on CNN/ I will prove that you are a terrorist and support RSS. It is your same army chief who bowed before China and could not face a small counter attack from Chinese army,” Rehman Malik wrote in a series of tweets posted on his official Twitter account.

“I warn you and ur coward army chief to stop threats, do not forget that your every city/your secret hideouts are in in our range. PM Modi accept my challenge for a debate enabling me to expose your dirty tricks,” added the PPP leader.

The PPP leader maintained that Modi wants a “war-like situation” between Pakistan and India in order to win the upcoming polls by using “anti-Pak” sentiment.

It is pertinent to note here that Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat earlier today said that India needs to take stern action against Pakistan.

Talking to media persons, General Rawat had added that “India will have to respond to Pakistan in their own language without resorting to barbarism”.

New Delhi on Friday also called off a meeting between the Pakistani and Indian foreign ministers on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), just a day after confirming the development.

Pakistan ready to respond to Indian misadventures, DG ISPR tells Indian COAS

India’s Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar had cited “unclean intentions” on Pakistan’s side for the development.

Earlier this month, Indian PM Narendra Modi, in a communique to Prime Minister Imran Khan, had stated that he seeks “meaningful and constructive” engagement between the two neighbours.

In reciprocation, PM Khan had written to the Indian premier, officially extending the offer to resume peace talks.



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