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Anti-Pakistan sentiments being aroused in India for electioneering: Imran Khan

Anti-Pakistan sentiments being aroused in India for electioneering: Imran Khan

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 08 Jan 2019, 03:06 pm

Mumbai, Jan 8 (IBNS): Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, who came to power in the country last year, has said that anti-Pakistan sentiments were being aroused in India for the sake of campaigning for forthcoming elections.

Khan said two nuclear-capable nations cannot even afford a cold war.

"Two nuclear-capable states can't even afford a cold war, let alone a nuclear war," Geo News quoted Khan as saying to TRT.

"India was offered to take one step towards and we shall take two," Khan noted, saying, "But India rejected Pakistan's offer for talks several times."

Imran Khan and his journey to become PM:

In 1992, Imran Khan had led Pakistan to win the World Cup for the first time in Australia, giving birth to a new leader whom the country trusted.

Now years after Khan left the cricketing field to step into the arena of politics, Khan finally sent the ball outside the park as he was elected as the new Prime Minister of the country.

His Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) registered a landslide victory in the general polls as Imran Khan started yet another new innings in his career that was once glorified around cricket.   

Anti-Pakistan sentiments being aroused in India for electioneering: Imran Khan

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