Pakistan PM Imran Khan has said that there was no question of talking to India after India revoked the special status of Jammu and Kashmir while also threating the possibility of a conventional war with India that could go beyond the subcontinent.
“So that’s why we have approached the United Nations, we are approaching every international forum, that they must act right now,” he said in an interview to the Al Jazeera.
PM Khan said he “absolutely” believed war with India could be a possibility, the report said.
“…this is a potential disaster that would go way beyond the Indian subcontinent,” PM said.
He said that Pakistan would never start a war.
“I am a pacifist, I am anti-war, I believe that wars do not solve any problems,” Khan said to Al Jazeera.
“When two nuclear-armed countries fight, if they fight a conventional war, there is every possibility that it is going to end up into nuclear war. The unthinkable,” he said. “If say Pakistan, God forbid, we are fighting a conventional war, we are losing, and if a country is stuck between the choice: either you surrender or you fight ’till death for your freedom, I know Pakistanis will fight to death for their freedom,” Khan said.