Target 20: Kashmir issue needs to be solved: Imran Khan

24 Jul 2019 07:15 PM

Target 20: Kashmir issue needs to be solved: Imran Khan

Updated 24 Jul 2019 07:15 PM

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has acknowledged that some terrorists in Pakistan had fought in Kashmir while asserting that he had the army's support for disarming them and for overtures to India. Speaking at the US Institute of Peace in Washington on Tuesday, he tried to make the case that the army and the security forces were not patronising the terrorist groups and backed the crackdown, while letting slip about their role in Kashmir. He also admitted that the Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed was operating in India. He said that because some of the terrorists were trained and had experience of fighting in Kashmir the police can't handle them and the army's help is required.

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