LAHORE: Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed has said that talks between India and Pakistan cannot be held until the issue on Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK) is resolved.
Speaking at the Mayo Garden and Nankana Sahib, Sheikh Rasheed said that India committed two blunders, firstly, conducting atomic explosions with a wrong perception that Pakistan would not do so and secondly, it scrapped the special status of Kashmir on 5th August.
The railway minister said that if there was a war between India and Pakistan, it would be considered the last war.
He warned India that Pakistan has small 125-250-gram atom bombs also, which can hit and destroy targeted areas.
Sheikh Rasheed said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had raised the Kashmir issue all-over the world in an unprecedented way.
He said, “India considers Muslims as second-grade citizens and the same situation is in Assam and other states of India-not just Kasmir.”
Sheikh Rasheed had previously predicted a war between the two states over the Kashmir issue.