Pakistan Could Go To War With India in October-November

Pakistan predicts “last-war” on Kashmir in October-November in the latest trending news. The railway minister of Pakistan Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed fears war with India and questions silence of the Muslim world.

Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed

The railway minister of Pakistan has strong intuition of a war with India in the coming months probably October and November. He was speaking to media persons in his hometown Rawalpindi. He gave UNSC a last chance to stop this war by holding a plebiscite in Kashmir. He further maintained the fate of Kashmir should be decided by youth and that it was time to stand with people of Kashmir.

Ahmed accusing Modi

The Pakistan minster accused Indian PM Narendra Modi of bringing destruction to Kashmir by abrogating Article 370 and 35A. He said that Pakistan was the only obstacle for Modi and questioned the Muslim world for maintaining silence on Kashmir Issue.

Ahmed eliciting Jinnah

He maintained that Jinnah had assessed the anti-Muslim mindset of India long ago and called those that still believe in dialogue with India, fools.

Ahmed eliciting Imran Khan

He said that the speech of Pakistan PM Imran Khan at the UN assembly on September 27 will have far reaching consequences for the bilateral relations and the world.

Ahmed thanking China

The Pakistani minister thanked China for its support. He said that Pakistan is thankful to had a friend like China that had stood in all conditions with Pakistan.

Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi also accused Indian PM Modi of undermining the bilateral relations of both the countries. Military spokesperson Major General Asif Ghafoor said Pakistan would observe “Kashmir Hour” on Friday by blowing sirens at 12 noon.

Pakistan government has announced “Kashmir Hour” to show solidarity with the Kashmiri people especially youth. The army would only follow the government’s order.

Source: https://bit.ly/2ZAglCk

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