Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Khan said, “I wanted to improve relations with India during my three-and-a-half-year tenure, but the ideology of the RSS and the abolition of the special status (of Jammu and Kashmir) became a hindrance.” ‘ Khan said this while interacting with a group of foreign journalists at his residence in Zaman Park, Lahore. The former prime minister said his government did not push for talks after India abrogated Kashmir’s special status in 2019.
Khan said – I was the boss!
Khan said, “We want India to first reverse its decision and hold peace talks.” Khan was asked by the Press Trust of India (PTI) who was setting India’s foreign policy during his tenure, he or General Bajwa, to which he replied, “I was the boss…I set the foreign policy.” was doing. However, let’s go. Let me tell you that General Bajwa was keen to have better relations with India.
Imran wanted Modi to win the election
Khan had recently said that he did not have power during his tenure as Gen Bajwa was the one who was taking the decisions. When reminded that he had expressed a wish before the elections in India that Narendra Modi would win because he would resolve the Kashmir issue, Khan said, “I still believe that only a right-wing party leader can resolve the conflict.” Modi is from a right-wing party, so I wanted him to return to power and resolve the Kashmir issue.