Pak Minister says 'Feel would go to war in October-November with India'

Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: August 29, 2019 17:10 IST
Pak Minister says 'Feel would go to war in October-November with India'

Pakistan Railway Minister Sheik Rasheed Ahmad said on Wednesday that he hopes a full-fledged war is going to be repeated between India and Pakistan this year in October or November. Sheik Rasheed Ahmad has made his predictions at an event in Rawalpindi, as per reports in the Pakistani media.

Sheik Rasheed Ahmad said that the time had come for Kashmir's last fight for freedom and that this time the conflict with India is going to be complete and final. He suspected Prime Minister Narendra Modi of causing difficulty in Kashmir, saying that they smell conflict over Kashmir because of 'Hitler' PM Modi.
He said Kashmir's destiny would be decided by Kashmiris, not by the UN. He said that there might have been a referendum in Kashmir if the United Nations had wanted to. Sheik Rasheed Ahmad advised the world community on the Kashmir conflict to shun its silence. He said that they are lucky to have on their side an alliance like China on the Jammu and Kashmir issue. Sheik Rasheed Ahmad said PM Modi considers Pakistan as the only barrier in the area to India's dominant designs. He also said that today Kashmir is on the verge of annihilation because of PM Modi.
Just 3 days ago, Sheik Rasheed Ahmad said the conflict wouldn't be between India and Pakistan alone but would embrace the entire Indian subcontinent.