Islamabad: Pakistan's PM Imran Khan said on Wednesday that he will no longer appeal to India to hold talks. At the same time, Imran Khan once again threatened India with a nuclear war. In an interview to foreign media, the Pakistani PM complained that he had urged for talks several times but was ignored by Indian PM Narendra Modi.
It is worth mentioning here that Pakistani PM Imran Khan has been making frequent rhetoric since the Modi government's decision to abolish Kashmir's special status. In an interview to an American newspaper, Imran said, "There is no point in talking to them now. I made all my efforts to negotiate. Unfortunately, now that I look back, I feel that he took all my peace and dialogue efforts as appeasement."
Imran Khan has said that there is no point in holding talks with the Indian authorities and all the efforts made so far have proved futile. Now we can't do anything more than that," Imran said. Since the Pathankot terror attack, India had made its stand clear that there would be no dialogue unless Pakistan actually took action against terrorism. However, Pakistan's PM Imran has requested talks on several occasions.