Modi government becoming a threat to India’s neighbours: PM Imran Khan

Imran Khan - Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the Hindutva Supremacist Modi government with its arrogant expansionist policies, akin to Nazi's Lebensraum (Living Space), is becoming a threat to India's neighbours. In a tweet on Wednesday, Imran Khan said that India has endangered Bangladesh through the Citizenship Act, engaged in border disputes with Nepal & China, & threatened Pakistan with false flag operation. The prime minister said that all this occurred after the illegal annexation of Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K), a war crime under the 4th Geneva Convention, & laying claim to Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK). “I have always maintained the fascist Modi government is not only a threat to India's minorities by relegating them to 2nd class citizens' status, but also a threat to regional peace,” he tweeted.ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the Hindutva Supremacist Modi government with its arrogant expansionist policies, akin to Nazi’s Lebensraum (Living Space), is becoming a threat to India’s neighbours.

In a tweet on Wednesday, Imran Khan said that India has endangered Bangladesh through the Citizenship Act, engaged in border disputes with Nepal & China, & threatened Pakistan with false flag operation.

The prime minister said that all this occurred after the illegal annexation of Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K), a war crime under the 4th Geneva Convention, & laying claim to Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK).

“I have always maintained the fascist Modi government is not only a threat to India’s minorities by relegating them to second class citizens’ status but also a threat to regional peace,” he tweeted.

Earlier on Tuesday, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s (OIC) Independent Permanent Human Rights Commission (IPHRC) welcomed the UN General Assembly’s rejection of anti-Muslim bigotry and hatred.

It also echoed his commitment to challenge and combat ethnonationalism and all forms of intolerances that are rising in the post-COVID scenario.

The OIC-IPHRC reiterated that instances of Islamophobia are volatile of human rights law, undermine multiculturalism, and pose a threat to international peace and security.

It supported the focused consistent and system-wide collective OIC and United Nations approaches to counter Islamophobia.