MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that if the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi moves ahead with his Hindutva policies, he will have to face severe resistance as these will affect not only Muslims but also other minorities in India including Sikhs and Christians.
While addressing the Special Session of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Legislative Assembly in Muzaffarabad on Wednesday on the eve of Kashmir Solidarity Day, the prime minister said that Narendra Modi has made a fatal mistake by revoking the special status of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, expressing the confidence that it will lead to the independence of Kashmir.
Imran Khan said that we need to apprise the world about the Kashmir situation more proactively. He said that we would further accelerate efforts to highlight the plight of oppressed Kashmiri people at the international level.
The prime minister said that the Pakistan government in consultation with the Kashmiri leadership in Azad Kashmir will prepare a plan to take the Kashmir issue at the next level. He said that the entire world will be moved over the issue.
Furthermore, he said that the Indian civilian and military leaders are giving threatening statements against Pakistan under depression because of following the ideology of Hindutva. He said that the Indian leadership is appeasing the people with extremist mindset in their Country.