The chairman of Voice of Karachi lashed out at new Pakistan PM Imran Khan, calling the Islamabad government a “military stooge”. Nadeem Nusrat also termed Imran Khan a “weak” leader and said the new PM can “only design policies” but execution and decisions are in the hands of the military.
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“Pakistan has been a military state since its inception. Imran Khan can plan foreign policies but the biggest question is – will he be given enough space to work and execute these policies?” Nusrat told Indian news agency ANI.
When asked about Pakistan Foreign Minister Mehmood Shah Qureshi’s statement on India’s call for a conducive environment, Nusrat claimed that Pakistan is answerable for several things, including the freedom given to the leaders of terror groups like the Lashkar-e-Taiba.
He also said it will be hard for Pakistan to blame other nations until it fixes its own issues. “It is sad that Pakistan finds it hard-to-digest that India helps Afghanistan and blames Islamabad of spying.
Pakistan regards Afghanistan as its backyard and overlooks the fact that it is a sovereign country. Pakistan should be held accountable for the killing of 25,000 people in Karachi, abduction of Balochs and Sindhis. Rather than talking about the so-called human rights violation in Kashmir, Pakistan should first resolve these issues,” he said. He further urged Islamabad to work on confidence-building measures “if it aims to improve relations with neighbouring countries”
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