Islamabad: During an interview with British publication Financial Times, PM Imran Khan stated that there is “no place for terrorists in his Naya Pakistan” following the statement that the country has no link to the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM), the proscribed organization blamed by India for the suicide bombing in Pulwama.
“We’re already cracking down on them, we’re already dismantling the whole set-up. What is happening right now has never happened before in Pakistan,” he said.
Talking about Indian Premier Narendra Modi, Pm stated that, “When Pulwama (attack) happened I felt that Modi’s government used that to build this war hysteria. The Indian public should realize that this is all for winning the elections. It’s nothing to do with the real issues of the Sub-Continent.”
Imran said Modi’s “anti-Muslim” government and its heavy-handed policies in Indian Held Kashmir (IHK) have caused the attack.
“There’s Jaish-e-Mohammed in India, the boy who blew himself up, the 19-year-old boy, was a Kashmiri-Indian boy. His parents said he was radicalized by some abuse by the security force. So it was an Indian boy, Indian operation, Indian car, and Indian explosive. Why was Pakistan blamed?” he questioned the entire Indian government.