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Pakistan's PM Imran Khan had opined defended his country from the blame of Pulwama terrorist attack on Tuesday while addressing to the nation on Radio Pakistan.
In a televised address Pakistan PM said, " If you (Indian govt) think you will attack us and we will not think of retaliating, we will retaliate. We all know starting a war is in the hands of humans, where it will lead us only God knows. This issue should be solved through dialogue. "
He also said that Pakistan would take action against the perpetrators of the terror attack if India shares actionable proof about any wrongdoing.
"Pakistan offers full support for any investigation in Pulwama. I guarantee action on this."
"It is in our interest that nobody from our soil spreads violence. I want to tell Indian government that we will take action if evidence is found against anyone from Pakistan," Imran added.
"I know it's a poll season in India. If India will attack us we will surely retaliate. It is easy to start a war but difficult to end. The issue should be solved through dialogue," he said.
"India has blamed Pakistan without any proof. Pakistan has nothing to gain from this attack. Pakistan is moving towards peace and stability. This is new Pakistan and new thinking that doesn't support terrorism," he added.
Whereas, on the other hand, Rattled Imran Khan pleaded from the U.S.A on the expected forthcoming attack between Indo Pak and also stated that they will retaliate if India attacked them.
The mastermind of the horrific Pulwama terror attack, Kamran was eliminated by the security forces in an encounter on Monday. He was cornered by security forces along with two more terrorists in an encounter that started in the wee hours. India turned on the heat on Pakistan soon after the Pulwama terror attack on February 14.
Pakistan-based terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammad claimed responsibility for the attack.
Reportedly, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad-bin Salman will arrive in New Delhi on Tuesday on his maiden visit to the country.
India is likely to raise the issue of Pakistan-sponsored terrorism and the two countries are expected to sign ties to enhance cooperation in various fields during the "landmark event in high-level bilateral ties".