Pakistan again attacked the India Government and stated that New Delhi was divided into two philosophies of Secularism and Hindutva under the leadership of Narendra Modi.
Addressing a news conference in Multan, Shah Mehmood Qureshi said minorities and the intellectuals are protesting against the Citizens Amendment Act 2019 passed by the Modi government.
“As many as 25 people have been killed in demonstrations across India since the law was passed on December 11,” he said. “The law is seen by critics as discriminatory towards the Muslim population of the country. Many international newspapers have condemned the Modi government over it.”
The foreign minister underscored that at least five chief ministers in India had refused to implement the controversial bill. Qureshi also talked about the brutal five-month-long curfew in Jammu and Kashmir and the continuous ceasefire violations from the Indian side.
I have written many letters to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) informing them about the developments in the regions, he told media. “The UN Military Observers Group should appraise UNSC about the situation along the LoC.”
Earlier, Pakistan’s foreign minister Shah Mahmoud Qureshi penned a letter to the United Nations accusing the Modi Government of deploying missile launchers in Jammu and Kashmir.
Qureshi stated that he apprehends that India plans to launch an attack on Pakistan to divert global attention from human rights violations in Kashmir. These are “Indian actions that continue to increase tensions in an already tense environment in South Asia,” Qureshi said, urging the UN respond to the purported moves by the Modi Government.