ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that the Narendra Modi government wants to impose Hindutva agenda in India, and urged the International Community to take notice of the insecurity being faced by minorities in that Country.
In a statement issued on Monday, the foreign minister said that India has currently been divided into two ideologies – Secularism and Hindutva. He said that democratic values are being suppressed in India while Hindutva philosophy is being promoted.
The foreign minister further said that everyone is sad over the maltreatment with Ulema in Utter Pradesh. He said that the police also manhandled with the Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi; and one can assume that how badly they would be treating a common man. He noted that the deteriorating situation prevails across India but the Modi government is unmoved.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi also said that the Indian government had blocked the voice of occupied Kashmir through communication blackout and curfew but the voice of the entire India cannot be suppressed.
Qureshi said that the ongoing tension in India is no more confined to any religion, area or language but has spread every nook and cranny of the Country. He said that the police are storming the Muslim majority areas and subjecting them to violence. He said that FIRs have been registered against 10,000 students for holding protest demonstrations.
The foreign minister apprehended that India can carry out any drama in Kashmir to divert attention from the internal chaos. He said that the world must have its interests for considering India its commercial ally but it should not be silent over the prevailing situation in India giving due importance to people’s values.
The minister also said that millions of people in India have realized the facts and the international human rights organizations as well as the foreign media are also covering these protests. However, he said that those who have interests with India have set aside their democratic values and kept mum over this situation.