Don’t hurl threats at Pakistan, PM Imran warns India

Prime Minister Imran Khan—on Sunday—warned Indian civilian and military brass against hurling threats at Pakistan.
Khan was addressing ceremony here in Lahore today.
Responding to reckless statements of Indian Army Chief Gen Bipin, Khan reiterated that Pakistan’s desire for peace should not be construed for weakness.
“We will not take pressure of anyone. Indian govt should drop its arrogant attitude. Normalizing of ties is in greater interest of both nations”, Khan was quoted as saying.
Khan added poverty would be eliminated from Indo-Pak subcontinent if ties between arch-rivals switch back to normal.
On visit to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Khan quashed rumors of begging and asserted that he visited the KSA to bring investment to Pakistan. Khan vowed to rid bureaucracy from political meddling. He said, “Neither will we coerce any bureaucrat to perform an illegitimate act nor will we make political transfers”.
Khan vowed to fix faults in the governance system at earliest.