‘Will Investigate And Take Action’: Imran Khan Asks India To Share Evidence On Pulwama Attack
Srinagar: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday assured India of action if New Delhi shared actionable evidence of involvement of his country in last week’s Pulwama attack in which 49 CRPF personnel were killed.
In a video message, Khan while reacting to India’s blame over Pakistan for Pulwama attack, said he had decided not to respond to India’s statements on the attack to avoid drawing attention away from the Saudi crown prince’s visit yesterday.
“Why would anyone do such a thing to sabotage their own conference?” the report quoted Khan as having said.
“I would like to make the Indian government an offer,” he said, asking Delhi to share actionable evidence with Islamabad and vowing that Pakistan would investigate it.
“If you have actionable evidence, share it with us. We will take action,” he assured Delhi. “Not because we are under pressure, but because it is our policy.”