On Tuesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan offered to resolve all bilateral issues with neighboring India through a live TV debate with his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi.
In an interview with Russia Today, PM Imran said that he would “love to debate with Modi on TV.” He said that it would be beneficial for the billion-plus people in the Indian subcontinent if the differences between the two nations could be resolved through debate.
PM Imran Khan said that the incumbent Indian government, led by Narendra Modi, is implementing the RSS-led Hindutva agenda.
“India should understand that rising hatred will increase bloodshed in the region,” he said.
To a question, he said that his government’s policy is to have trade with every country. “However, India became a hostile country, so trade with them became minimal,” PM said.
The Prime Minister further said that Pakistan shares strong ties with China, which has committed billions of dollars for infrastructure and other projects under its Belt and Road Initiative.