Khan invites Modi for peace talks, warns loosing control in future if fight continues

New Delhi – Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan on Wednesday offered peace talks to Indian PM Narendra Modi in order to de-escalate the aggression with the fear of losing control over the situation in future, and to collectively take action against terrorism that shook India in Pulwama.

“I am inviting you. We are ready. The Pulwama tragedy has hurt you and we are willing to hold talks on terrorism. But I want to say that better sense should prevail. We should hold talks and find a solution to the problem,” Khan told Modi in a recorded video.

“Miscalculations happen in war. With the weapons we have and you have, can we afford a miscalculation? If this escalates, where will it go from here? It will not be in my control or Narendra Modi’s control,” he enthused.

Pakistan on Wednesday claimed that they shot down two Indian fighter jets in Pakistani territory and captured Wing-commander Abhinandan.

“This was just to let India know that we can also do this,” he said.

“The question is where do we go from here? It is very important we use our intelligence,” the Pakistani PM said.

He cited the example of American-war on terror and how it exhausted it for 17-years. If war could cost US so much, imagine where India and Paksitan would go, he alluded.