ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan reiterated on Monday that Pakistan is doing everything for the Afghan peace process, ARY News reported.
Addressing the International Conference to commemorate the forty years of the presence of Afghan refugees in Pakistan, said Prime Minister Imran Khan, the government and security forces are on the same page on the issue related to the Afghan peace process.
He stressed that there are no terrorist shelters in the country.
Speaking about Pakistan’s hospitality, Imran Khan said that generosity has no connection to the bank balance since the last 20 years have been economically very difficult for people here.
“It is very difficult to leave home. Islam was linked to terrorism after the September 11 incident and political leaders divided the people for votes.
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Prime Minister Imran Khan said Pakistan is closing its border with Afghanistan to stop the illegal cross-border movement. “The war on terrorism caused great losses to Pakistan and its people.”
Warning to the international community about the irresponsible statements of the Indian side, the prime minister said that the situation between two neighbors with nuclear weapons can get worse if the world does not take note of the statements issued by the Indian leaders.
“I am not threatening, but informing the world about the current situation,” he added.
Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed concern about the current situation in India, said that today India is working on the Nazism agenda instead of its founder Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi.