Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan warned the Pakistanis not to go to Kashmir for jihad as it would harm the Kashmiris. Khan claimed that India only needed an excuse to act on the people of Kashmir.
After inaugurating the Torkham terminal on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, Khan claimed that India could launch a false flag (someone falsely accused) campaign to divert attention from Kashmir. Prior to Khan’s important visit to America, this statement came from his discouraging jihadist activities in Kashmir. During his visit, he is scheduled to address the United Nations General Assembly and meet US President Donald Trump. Khan said that he would raise the Kashmir issue so strongly in the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) session next week as never before.
According to reports, Khan said that talks with India could not take place until he (New Delhi) lifted the curfew in Kashmir and rescinded his decision to lift Article 370. A proposed visit by some political parties and religious parties towards the Line of Control was postponed earlier this week. Indeed, Khan had asked him to defer until his address to the United Nations General Assembly on 27 September.
On the subject of Afghanistan, Khan said that Pakistan will do its utmost to restore the stalled peace process with this neighboring country (Afghanistan). Prime Minister Khan said that during his meeting in New York on Monday with US President Donald Trump, he would insist on restoring the peace process. He said it would be a tragedy if the talks do not resume and the Taliban do not participate in the Afghan elections. In fact, a few days ago Trump said that talks with the Taliban had stopped. After this, this statement of Khan has come.