ISLAMABAD: Former interior minister, Senator Rehman Malik, launched his book titled ‘Modi's War Doctrine: Indian Anti-Pakistan Syndrome’ on Tuesday.
The book launch was organised at the auditorium of the Pakistan Institute of Parliamentary Services, Islamabad.
Addressing the audience on the occasion, Malik, who is also the chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Interior, termed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s extremist policies a threat to global and regional peace.
“IT is a proven fact that Modi is a terrorist and the members of the terrorist outfit Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) are being trained under his rule,” he added. “We have evidence of the Modi administration supporting terrorist organisations.”
Malik said in his book, he had highlighted the brutalities and the violence in Indian-occupied Kashmir carried out by Indian forces.
“The atrocities in Indian-occupied Kashmir have increased drastically during Modi’s rule but the global community still hasn’t passed resolutions on the issue,” he added.
The senator also raised questions about the Pulwama attack. “How did the attack take place amid such heavy military presence?” he remarked, adding that there was no inquiry under way into the incident.
Malik said that the Modi government was busy plotting against Pakistan and this strategy was part of the Indian prime minister’s election campaign.
Speaking on the occasion, Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Sardar Masood Khan said Modi’s policies were encouraging extremism in the region.
“The Indian government wants to kill Kashmiris after unarming them,” he said. The global community must take notice of human rights violations in Indian-occupied Kashmir. “
Senator Mushahid Hussain Syed, who is the chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, said Malik had been exposing the Modi in his speeches Senate and articles in newspapers.
“I recommend that this book should be sent to all diplomats in Pakistan so that Modi’s real face could be exposed before the world,” he added.
Former president Wasim Sajjad, the chief guest at the ceremony, said Malik in his book had proven the links between previous incidents which happened before the general elections in India and the prevailing mindset of the Indian leadership.
“The Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) hegemony of power in India for the promotion of RSS ideology is covered in the book,” he added.
Sajjad said the book revealed the fallacious attempts to create a wrong image of Pakistan and the Muslim community in India, particularly in the Indian-occupied Kashmir.
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