MEA condemns Imran Khan for jihad call against India | Namaste Bharat Full

05 Oct 2019 08:54 AM

MEA condemns Imran Khan for jihad call against India | Namaste Bharat Full

Updated 05 Oct 2019 08:54 AM

India on Friday condemned Pakistan PM Imran Khan for his call to jihad over Kashmir and his "provocative and irresponsible language" against India, saying it does not behove the high constitutional office that he holds.

Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar, addressing the weekly briefing, said: "Pakistan's Prime Minister holds a high constitutional office. He has given such statements even before. You have heard his statements even in the UNGA... such provocative and irresponsible language he has used. We condemn this."

"I think he is not unaware of how international relations are conducted. On that basis, he gives such statements. He had given an open call for Jihad against India. This is not a normal behaviour," the spokesperson said.

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