Islamabad (Pakistan), Feb 27 : Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan today again offered talks with India and said it is imperative for the leaders of the two countries that better sense should prevail because “if this escalates, it will no longer be in my control or in Modi’s.”
“Our action was only intended to convey that if you can come into our country, we can do the same… Two of their MiGs were shot down (in the ensuing action). From here, it is imperative that we use our heads and act with wisdom,” Imran Khan said in a televised statement.
“I ask India: With the weapons you have and the weapons we have, can we really afford a miscalculation? If this escalates, it will no longer be in my control or in Modi’s.” Khan said in a hit at the nuclear capabilities of both nations. “We invite you for dialogue… better sense must prevail,” he added.
Following last night’s air strikes by the IAF on Jaish-e Mohammed’s biggest terror camp at Balakot, Pakistan today targeted Indian military installations, the government said.
India has turned down Imran Khan’s repeated offers for dialogue, arguing that talks and terror can’t go hand in hand.