Karachi: Former Pakistani tyrant Pervez Musharraf on Monday warned India opposite attempting a military operation inside Pakistan, observant India “dare not” provide his country like Myanmar.
Musharraf, who ruled from 1999 to 2008, strike out during the Indian care over a mount on army operation in Myanmar, saying, “Pakistan is not Myanmar, and India brave not treat Pakistan as Myanmar.”
The former Pakistan boss and army arch cautioned India opposite what he called “similar adventurism”.
Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore had pronounced in a arise of India’s military movement in Myanmar that it was a summary to other countries that was interpreted as a warning to Pakistan.
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Criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Musharraf in an interview to an Indian TV channel claimed that India has changed a control after he became a Prime Minister.
Slamming Prime Minister Modi’s comments in Dhaka,Musharraf said, “After 50 years we are perplexing to whip up anti-Pakistan feelings in Bangladesh…is this a unequivocally peaceful attitude…without any whatsoever rhyme or reason.”
“What a Prime Minister of India did was positively not acceptable to Pakistan or any Pakistani,” 71-year-old Musharraf said.
Asked about a Indo-Pak relationship, Musharraf said under a benefaction conditions of “belligerence by a Prime Minister, we unequivocally don’t consider this is a approach to pierce forward and we don’t consider it augurs good for a future.”
Last week, Musharraf had indicted India of destabilising Pakistan, observant chief weapons are for a counterclaim of the country and not for “celebratory” occasion.