A day after Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan broke his silence over the Pulwama terror attack, former Pak’s President Asif Ali Zardari has on Thursday cautioned the prime minister stating that Islamabad must cooperate with India in investigation process into the terrorist attack and take strong actions based on every possible evidence.
According to Economic Times news reports, while slamming the prime minister, former president Zardari said the present president is working at the behest of other forces. He also said that Khan was working very immaturely as well as did not know how to tackle international politics.
Zardari was the president of Pakistan when Mumbai was attacked in 2008 by the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT).
Previously too, Zardari had spoken against Khan when the prime minister had assumed power in Pakistani government in August 2018. That time, he had said that the prime minister would not be able to complete his constitutional five-year term.
Zardari’s remark comes after Indian CRPF in Jammu and Kashmir was attacked by Pakistani based and backed Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist organization led by Masood Azhar who claimed the lives of about 44 CRPF personnel. India has vowed to take strong actions against the perpetrators of the suicide bombing attack, also urged the international committee to impose a ban on Masood Azhar.