Prime Minister Imran Khan is addressing a ceremony being held on the eve of the first anniversary of ‘Pakistan’s Responsible and Resolute Response to Indian Aggression of 26th February 2019’.
The premier says he is proud of how the nation dealt with the crisis. “It showed the maturity of the nation,” he said.
The problem right now he said is that India is stuck in a difficult position. “I know India very well because of cricket,” he said, adding that India has moved onto a very dangerous path.
He urged the world community to take notice of the Hindutva ideology of India that is based on hatred and racial superiority against minorities.
The PM said a racist, fascist and totalitarian ideology has been adopted by Indian government which is leading to violence and bloodshed.
He expressed fear that the situation will only get worse in India if not checked in time.
Referring to Indian aggression on February 26 last year, the PM said he feels pride on the way the Pakistani nation came out of that crisis.
“Our armed forces were fully prepared to meet any aggression, but Pakistan exercised restraint after realising that there were no casualties in the Indian bombing,” he said.
Imran Khan appreciated the response of the whole nation, including politicians and the media in that crisis.