Frightened Imran Khan Wants India To “Give Peace A Chance”

The Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan on Sunday asked India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi to “give peace a chance” and assured India of immediate action if India provides “actionable intelligence” on the Pulwama attacks.

This is the second such statement issued by Mr. Khan in the past ten days.

During his first statement Mr. Khan had given similar assurances to India, however he had also warned India that Pakistan would retaliate.

Prime Minister Modi during the Vande Bharat Express launch on the 15th of February stated that he had given a free will to the armed forces to take any action.

Pakistan based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed has accepted the responsibility for the deadly Pulwama attacks that killed 40 CRPF personnels.

It has been over 10 years since the Mumbai terror attacks occurred, India shared multiple dossiers, however the Pakistan government haven’t taken any action.

During the Pathankot attacks, the intelligence agency of Pakistan came to India to collect evidence, however this too yielded no results.

The evidence of the Pulwama terror attacks is already in Public domain, the dreaded JeM outfit has claimed responsibility. What’s stopping Pakistan to take action against it’s chief Masood Azhar who operates from Pakistan?