Pulwama attack: Prime Minister Imran Khan reacted to the sabre-rattling, in particular by the Indian media, calling for a surgical strike against Pakistan, and expressed the hope that 'better sense will prevail.'
DUBAI: Former Pakistani skipper Shahid Khan Afridi has come forward in support of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s statement in which he warned India against any misadventure in the wake of Pulwama attack and said "Pakistan would not think, but immediately retaliate."
In a televised address to the nation, Prime Minister Imran Khan reacted to the sabre-rattling, in particular by the Indian media, calling for a surgical strike against Pakistan, and expressed the hope that "better sense will prevail."
He said "if Indians believe that they can launch an attack on Pakistan, they should understand that Pakistan would not think, but retaliate immediately as there will be no other option."
Imran Khan said "no law in the world allows anyone or a country to be the "judge, jury and executioner" and said if India offered any proof, Pakistan would cooperate.
"We all know that it is easy to start a war, but very difficult to end. And we do not know where it will lead to."
Sharing the video of PM Imran address to the nation, Shahid Afridi said with a Pakistani flag, “Absolutely crystal and Clear.”