India-Israel friendship Pak, Imran says he is crushing every protest...

Islamabad: Pakistan PM Imran Khan has termed Israel and India as close friends and said that it was only after visiting Israel that PM Narendra Modi implemented such a big policy on Kashmir in 2019. Imran Khan answered a series of questions about relations with Afghanistan, India, Israel and the US in an interview to the Middle East Eye on October 11.

In fact, Imran Khan was asked in an interview how deadly the friendship between India and Israel is when the situation in Palestine and Kashmir is similar. On this question, Imran Khan said that there is no doubt that India-Israel are very close. It was only after his visit to Israel that India's PM Narendra Modi implemented such a big and stringent policy on Kashmir. Pak PM Imran Khan said, can this mean that he got a signal from Israel because Israel is doing the same.

Imran Khan further said that he has maintained a strong mechanism and he is crushing any kind of opposition. They are killing anyone by sending their people and they have got full immunity. The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) may make any statements, but they know that the United States will save them using its veto power.

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