India dare not treat Pakistan like Myanmar, Ex-COAS Pervez Musharraf
The former President of Pakistan and also the ex-COAS, Gen (retd) Pervez Musharraf, in an interview on Indian channel CNN-IBN, has criticised Indian’s stand on Manipur operation and warned the Indian government that they should not treat Pakistan as Myanmar. “Pakistan is not Myanmar, and India dare not treat Pakistan as Myanmar,” Musharraf warned.
“India has a hand into aggression that Pakistan is currently fending off. India should not be mistaken even slightly over its dealing with Pakistan,” he continued.
In reply to a question asked by the anchor, the former COAS said, “Don’t attack us, don’t challenge our territorial integrity because we are not a small power, we’re a major and nuclear power. Don’t push us.”
Musharraf criticised Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, accusing him of making peace talks “difficult”, adding that his 1971 war comment had hurt the sentiments of the Pakistani people.
Musharraf said that the RSS had accepted responsibility of the 2007 terrorist attack on Delhi-Lahore train Samjhauta Express that left 68 people, mostly Pakistanis, dead, and Indian Prime Minister Narendar Modi is a representative of RSS.
“Allahu Akbar (Allah is the Greatest). This is my message for all Pakistanis. Be ready for any situation,” he added.
Watch the clip of former President Pervez Musharraf’s interview on CNN-IBN India;