Pakistanís Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday repeated his controversial statement regarding an interim setup in Afghanistan to break the stalemate on peace, Pakistani media reported.
Addressing a rally in Jamrud, Khan said that he had given a brotherly advice to Afghanistan but he was slammed for his statement, the National Cuorier said in a report.
The Pakistani Prime Ministerís statement faced with harsh critisizm by the Afghan government and politicians as they called it a clear interference in Afghanistanís affairs.
However, after Khanís comments, Pakistanís Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the comments made by the prime minister were misinterpreted.
"We should all pray for peace in Afghanistan so that the people over there can live once again," he said. "I gave a brotherly advice to the Afghan government due to which they became furious. I have learnt in my experience that neutrality benefits everyone," he said, as quoted by the National Courier.
Khan said that peace in Afghanistan would be beneficial for the tribal people in Pakistan.
"If there is peace in Afghanistan, tribal people will benefit," he said.