Tonk: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday challenged Pakistani premier Imran Khan to keep his word of honour for fighting terrorism promised earlier.
Modi expressed his angst over the disdainful and apathetic approach taken by the Pakistani government to bring the perpetrators to book.
The Prime Minister said :“When Pakistan got a new Prime Minister, I had congratulated him (Imran Khan).
He said Imran had then said he was the son of a Pathan and will stand by his words. Today is the time to test if he will indeed stand by his words, Modi said at a rally in Rajasthan’s Tonk.
Imran on February 19 denied Pakistan’s hand in orchestrating the February 14 Pulwama attack.
He had argued that the terror attack was ‘not in Pakistan’s interest’.
Delivering an address on Radio Pakistan Imran promised that his government will extend full support if India provides evidence on the Pulwama attack.