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'If war happens, it won’t be in my or Narendra Modi’s control,' says Pak PM Imran Khan

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 27 February 2019, 16:40 IST

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has invited India for dialogue, hours after a Pakistan violated Indian air space and PAF’s F-16 jet crossed the Line of Control and was engaged by Mig-21 Bison aircraft of the Indian Air Force.

“If a war takes place, it will not be in my or Narendra Modi's control. If you want any kind of talks on terrorism, we are ready. Better sense must prevail,” said Pakistan PM Imran Khan.

"We invite you for dialogue... better sense must prevail," Khan added.

Imran Khan further stressed on the past war situation and said, “All wars in world history have been miscalculated, those who started the wars did not know where it will end.”

He went on asking if both countries can bear the consequences of war. “So, I want to ask India, with the weapons you and we have, can we afford miscalculation?” Imran Khan asked.

MEA has confirmed that an Indian pilot is "missing in action" after an Air Force aircraft shot down a Pakistani jet that was targeting military installations in India. Earlier, Pakistan claimed "strikes across Line of Control from within Pakistani airspace."

Also read: India: One MiG 21 aircraft shot down, Pakistan claims missing pilot in its custody

First published: 27 February 2019, 16:39 IST
 
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