'World must consider security of India's nukes in control of fascist, Hindu supremacist Modi'

Published: August 18, 2019
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Pakistan PM Imran Khan and India PM Narendra Modi. PHOTO: EXPRESS

Pakistan PM Imran Khan and India PM Narendra Modi. PHOTO: EXPRESS

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday said the international community must seriously consider the security of India’s nuclear arsenal as it was in the “control of the fascist, racist Hindu Supremacist Modi Govt.”

In a series of tweets that comes after India’s recent veiled threat of nuclear war, PM Imran reiterated that India has been “captured by a fascist, racist Hindu Supremacist ideology & leadership.”

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He said the “Hindu Supremacist Modi Govt” was a threat not just for Pakistan but also for “minorities in India … and the very fabric of Nehru & Gandhi’s India.”

PM Imran said nine million Kashmiris have been under siege in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) for over two weeks, while four million Muslims in India “face detention camps and cancellation of citizenship”.

The premier once again urged all world powers to take note of the RSS-BJP “doctrine of hate and genocide”, warning that it would continue to spread unless the international community acts now.

Earlier this week, PM Imran warned the international community of “severe repercussions and reactions” if they “silently witness another Srebrenica-type massacre & ethnic cleansing of Muslims in IOK”.

“If war breaks out in the region, the world powers and international bodies will be responsible as they have failed to implement the UN resolutions on Kashmir,” the premier wrote on Twitter on Thursday.

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Pakistan has repeatedly told the international community that the Kashmir dispute between Islamabad and New Delhi remains a potential nuclear flashpoint in the South Asian region.

PM Imran, however, has also clarified that Pakistan does not want war in the region, as any military confrontation between the two nuclear-armed neighbours could prove to be apocalyptic not just for the region but the whole world.

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  • mustafa
    Aug 18, 2019 - 3:58PM

    Imran Khan makes a good and valid point , which is looking increasiingly clear.

    India is a large country with diverse population , and have made good progress.
    We Pakistanis accept that.

    But what we can not understand this lack of voices which can stand up against these
    trends by ModiRecommend

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