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Imran Khan News: No deal on the sacrifice of Kashmiris, we broke ties with India… see Imran Khan’s boast

Islamabad: The former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan is in full election mode these days. Imran Khan is rallying all over Pakistan to overthrow the Shahbaz Sharif government. In this episode, he boasted fiercely during a rally in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. Imran Khan said that on August 5, 2019, when the Modi government revoked the special status of Kashmir, we broke ties with India. Not only this, we also stopped trade with India. This is not the first time that Imran Khan has raised the Kashmir issue. Even before this, he has been mentioning Kashmir in many international forums and in every one of his domestic rallies.

What Imran said in Muzaffarabad rally
Imran Khan said in a rally in Muzaffarabad that on 5 August 2019, when India received the special status given to Kashmir by the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, which was given to them by the resolution of the United Nations Security Council, which the international community had promised to Kashmiris. It was, when Narendra Modi took that status, I was the Prime Minister. We ended all relations with India. You all know that every country benefits from trade. India is a big country and we had to benefit from trade. But, my government decided that we will not deal on the sacrifice of Kashmiris. We decided to break ties and said that when they restore their status, then we will restore trade and relations with India.

Imran’s allegation- Shahbaz government wants to start business
Imran Khan, while addressing a rally in Karak, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, had said a few days ago that our government had stopped trade with India because it had abolished the special status of Jammu and Kashmir. . At the same time, he also said that the current imported ruler wants to restart trade relations with India at the cost of the integrity and solidarity of Pakistan. In recent weeks, several business associations have urged the government to import essential commodities like onions and tomatoes from India for the sake of consumers, as prices of vegetables have soared after severe floods in the country.

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