Malaysian PM plays safe as he refuses to take sides in Indo-Pak tensions

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has refused to take sides on Indo-Pak tensions during his official visit to Islamabad, in what can be viewed as a win for New Delhi as the Imran Khan government had invited the veteran leader to showcase support to it in the aftermath of the Balakot strikes.

Mahathir, who visited Islamabad for Pakistan national day celebrations stated that Malaysia would continue to maintain its good relationships with Pakistan and India and wouldn’t take sides  in the event of a conflict.

Taking such a stand, Mahathir also illustrated indirectly that his three-day official visit to Pakistan did not mean that Malaysia had chosen its side.   Read More

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