ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan said that there is nothing impossible in the world and even the Kashmir issue can be resolved.
While speaking to Indian journalists in the federal capital, the prime minister said that peace is the only way forward.
“If the Indian government cannot talk with Pakistan right now then we will try to initiate talks after the elections,” he said.
He said that the problems between Pakistan and India are not due to the public but exist between the governments, adding that efforts for negotiation will continue.
The PM said that it is not in Pakistan’s favour that its soil is used for attacks and Pakistan is in favour of peace.
He said that the biggest priority of the government is its poor people, adding that Pakistan’s mindset has changed but Indian mindset hasn’t.
The prime minister said that Pakistan is installing a fence at its border with Afghanistan to control infiltration of terrorists.
PM Imran Khan said that looking at the past yields no results and he is not accountable for what transpired in the past.
“Civil-military leadership is at the same page and we have consensus over whatever I am saying,” mentioned the prime minister.