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A big statement from former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan regarding India is coming out. Imran Khan, who is in jail in Pakistan, has accused India and said that India is committing murders inside Pakistan.

However, this is not the first time that Imran Khan has made this allegation against India. Earlier in January also he had made similar allegation and had said that India had committed murders on his soil. So in the latest statement, he has also warned about the serious security situation on the borders with Pakistan, Afghanistan and India. Apart from this, he has made serious allegations against the Pakistani Army and said that the Army wants to get him killed.

According to news agency PTI, Imran Khan, who is lodged in Rawalpindi’s Adiala Jail on corruption charges, has written a column in the British newspaper ‘Daily Telegraph’ in which he has said that Pakistan is moving in the direction which was seen after its partition in 1971. There was a reason. At that time East Pakistan had to be lost, which has now become Bangladesh. Along with this, Imran Khan has held the Pakistani Army responsible for the situation in the country. He has also accused the army of attempting to kill him.

Along with blaming the Pakistani Army, Imran Khan has also accused India and said that “increasing terrorism and separatism are being seen in Balochistan, where the issue of forced disappearance of people is increasing seriously. ” Imran Khan has further said that if we talk about Pakistan’s borders, India has already accepted the killings within the country. The situation remains unstable on the international border with Afghanistan. Along with this, Imran Khan has also mentioned the ongoing border dispute between Pakistan and Afghanistan in his letter and said that there has been a conflict regarding this. Let us tell you that while writing a column for Britain’s ‘Daily Telegraph’ newspaper from Rawalpindi’s Adiala Jail, he has accused India along with the Pakistani Army.