Imran Khan calls for dialogue to resolve Kashmir issue, says ready to improve ties with India

Imran Khan

Islamabad, July 26: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief on Thursday said we have to solve Kashmir issue by sitting across the table, If India’s leadership is willing then the both of us can solve this issue through dialogue.

“Kashmiris are suffering for long. We have to solve Kashmir issue by sitting across the table, If India’s leadership is willing then the both of us can solve this issue through dialogue. It will be good for the subcontinent also”,  Khan stated in a televised address in Islamabad while declearing victory in the general elections.

Expressing displeasure over Indian media coverage, the cricketer-turned-politician said “I was saddened by the way Indian media recently projected me. I am one of those Pakistanis that wants good relations with India, if we want to have a poverty free subcontinent then we must have good relations and trade ties”.

Khan began his winning speech saying, “I thank god, after 22 years of struggle, my prayers have been answered. I have got the chance to fulfill my dream and serve the nation”.

The mandate has turned out to be largely in PTI’s favour as it is leading in over 110 seats in  Pakistan general election and while jailed rival Nawaz Sharif’s of PML-N has rejected the result as “blatantly” rigged.

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