Pak PM Imran wants Modi to get 2nd term to resolve issues: Omar

Srinagar, Apr 10 :  Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday said that Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan wants Prime Minister Narendra Modi to get second term to resolve all issues between the two neighbours.
The vice-president of the National Conference (NC) asked how the “chowkidars” would have reacted if Mr Khan would have endorsed Congress president Rahul Gandhi as Prime Minister in these elections.
Reacting to an interview of Mr Khan to foreign journalists in Pakistan, Mr Abdullah, taking to micro-blogging site twitter, said, “So much for Modi Sahib telling the country only Pakistan & its sympathisers want BJP to lose. Imran Khan has just endorsed him for a 2nd term – BJP election win will boost chances of Pak-India talks.’
Earlier, the Pakistan Premier had said that that there are high chances about resolving all the disputes with the neighbouring country (India) if the BJP again comes to power in India.
PM Khan has further said that if Congress wins the next general elections in India, they (Congress) will be cowed down by the right wing BJP as far as settling the issues between Pakistan and India is concerned.
Mr Abdullah, in another tweet, said, “Just imagine what all the “Chowkidar” handles would be doing to @RahulGandhi & the Congress right now if Imran Khan had endorsed RG as PM in these elections? Who is the “tukde tukde” gang now?”.

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