New Delhi, August 14: Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said that Pakistan is ready for their "freedom" of Kashmir after Indian government scrapped Article 370. Addressing at Azad Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, Khan said that if the war-like situation arises, India will be held responsible. He also compared the ideology of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) to Nazism. Article 370 Revoked: Imran Khan's Aide Asks Overseas Pakistanis to Protest on August 15 Outside Indian Consulate.
Slamming RSS ideology, Khan said, "RSS goons are lynching people, threatening judges, and intellectuals. This is exactly what the Nazis did to anyone who spoke against their supremacy." He added that India is no longer a plural society. Imran Khan Says India May Face 'Another Pulwama' in Retaliation to Article 370 Abrogation, Calls Modi Govt 'Racist'
Imran Khan said that India is planning operations in the region of Kashmir administered by Pakistan. He added that Pakistan will move to the United Nations, International Court of Justice (ICJ), Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and all other global agencies to seek intervention.
Targeting PM Modi, Imran Khan said, "What can be achieved with all this? Sending troops in, pushing tourists out, and having people under curfew. I am of the view that Modi is making a strategic blunder."
Citing danger to almost 18 crores Muslims living in India, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf tweeted, "India is heading towards disaster with extremist ideology. A country made up of 18 Crore Muslims who live under threat." "This will eventually face backlash. Anywhere in the world, there is marginalisation, there will be radicalisation," the tweet read.