Again offering India a chance to engage in dialogue: Imran Khan, says 2 IAF pilots ‘with us’

Srinagar: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that his country is again offering India a chance to engage in dialogue over Pulwama attack. “Better sense should prevail, We should sit and resolve our issues through dialogue.”

Speaking after two Indian jets were shot down across the Line of Control (LoC), the Pakistan premier said that given the situation that had emerged since yesterday, “I wanted to take the nation into confidence myself.”

“We offered investigation after the Pulwama attack,” said the premier said, adding that, I have seen victims of terrorism and know how those belonging to the victims must be going through.

Pakistan offered cooperation to investigate Pulwama attacks, “There was no dispute, we were ready too cooperate,” said PM Imran.

However the premier said that he had a feeling India would engage in aggression and misadventure.

“We did not retaliate against India because we did not know the extent of damage, today however we took action”

PM Imran reiterated that with the weapons we possess [nuclear], do you think we can afford a miscalculation?”

The prime minister maintained that, “I once again invite you for dialogue, we are prepared, we had said that we are prepared for dialogue on terrorism.”

Two Indian Air Force (IAF) aircraft were shot down on Wednesday by the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) and Indian targets across the Line of Control (LoC) were struck by Pakistani fighter jets from within friendly airspace as the Pakistan’s armed forces struck back after alleged Indian aggression a day earlier.

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