Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Wednesday (March 6) during his address in National Assembly session said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is responsible for ongoing severe tensions between Pakistan and India.
“Modi is responsible for tensions between Pakistan and India. He is responsible for pitting two nuclear-armed states against each other,” he said, adding that the “butcher of Gujarat” has the blood of Muslims on his hands, noting that civilised countries in the world had declined visa to “this extremist”.
“UN resolutions continue to be violated in Indian-occupied Kashmir,” the PPP chairman noted.meanwhile talking about Pulwama attack he said “It was a reaction of a native youth of occupied Kashmir to Indian atrocities.”
He also lashed out PTI government resolution on the Nobel Peace Prize for Imran Khan and said, “If the resolution was not adopted it would have been an international embarrassment that the National Assembly voted down the resolution,” he said, adding that “if the resolution would have been passed in the current circumstances Pakistan would have become an international joke”. “I would like to appreciate the government for taking a U-turn on this position as well,” the PPP chairman said.
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23 June, 2019