Act with wisdom, I offer you dialogue says Pak PM to India
Srinagar: Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has again pitched for dialogue between two countries and said that it is imperative that the two countries should act with ‘wisdom’.
“Two of India’s MiGs were shot down [in the ensuing action]. From here, it is imperative that we use our heads and act with wisdom,” said Khan.
Khan was addressing to Pakistan post PAF did air strike and claimed to capture two Indian Air Force pilots.
“Two pilots are with us,” said Khan.
Khan said that he reiterates that ‘better sense should prevail and that ‘we should sit and settle this with talks.’
“I ask India […] the weapons they have and we have, can we afford a miscalculation? If this escalates, it won’t be in my control and won’t be in Modi’s.”
“Better sense should prevail,” Pak premier told India.
“The sole purpose was to tell them [India] that if they can come here, we can go there too. All wars are miscalculated and no one knows where they lead to.”