On other accused in the 26/11 case, Khan said their is sub judice.
There was a need for "showing strength, will and determination" by the leadership of the two countries to resolve all issues, Khan said after the foundation ceremony and emphasised that both countries are nuclear armed and "only a foolish individual can think one can win a nuclear war".
He said Pakistan and India can not understand the opportunities God has given to them.
He added that the government, opposition parties, army, and all state institutions were on the same page in terms of seeking to improve ties with India and that there is consensus to urgently enhance trade, religious tourism, and people to people contact for the benefit of both sides.
"We want to have a civilised relationship with India", Khan said.
Imran Khan's comments at the event on peace efforts and resolving the Kashmir issue have angered India. "Man has reached the moon, what can't man solve?" he said. He said that Pakistan had set up institutional framework with Afghanistan to settle all problems. We only need determined leadership on both sides.
Following his election victory this summer, Mr Khan announced that for every "one step" India takes on improving relations, Pakistan would take "two". Pakistan must fulfil its global obligations and take effective and credible action to stop providing shelter and all kinds of support to cross border terrorism from territories under its control, MEA asserted.
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If Pakistan can prove that it is India (and not a terror-exporting Pakistan) that is holding off the peace process, then it may be able to stave off some pressure and put some burden on India instead.
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday laid the foundation stone of Kartarpur Corridor in Narowal that will connect with India's Gurdaspur district. Imran Khan pitched for cordial relations between the two countries during his yesterday's address at the Kartarpur corridor ceremony.
Pointing to the attacks in Pathankot and Uri, she said: "It was me only who started a comprehensive dialogue but what happened after that?"
Pakistan had invited External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, who thanked her Pakistani counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi for the invite and said she was unable to travel to Kartarpur Sahib due to prior commitments. Khan also threw darts at Narendra Modi and suggested that Navjot Sidhu - the joker in the pack who can not tell a news conference from a stand-up comedy show - would make for a far better prime minister. You can imagine the potential. "That is the happiness I see here". He said 120 million Sikhs have been waiting for this for 71 years.
He added, the corridor will facilitate the Sikh pilgrims to visit their holiest sites in Pakistan.
Relationship between India and Pakistan have always been problematic. In the last few years, violence, including cross border shelling from both sides, has intensified in the disputed Kashmir region that both sides claim.
The Kartarpur corridor is supposed to be completed and opened well ahead of the 550th birth anniversary of the Sikh guru on November 23, 2019. While discussions related to the opening of the Kartarpur corridor are underway, both India and Pakistan blame each other for fomenting tensions along the LoC.
While mocking the Congress leader and Punjab Cabinet Minister, Badal stated that Sidhu has become a Pakistani agent and Congress president Rahul Gandhi should clear his stand on the issue.