- Imran says Modi won the last elections by using Hindu card and provoking hatred for Muslims and Pakistan
(Karachi) Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Indian PM Narendra Modi made a terrible mistake by revoking the special status of Kashmir on August 5, 2019.
Addressing the Azad and Jammu Kashmir Assembly on Kashmir Siege Day on Wednesday, he said Modi won the last elections by using Hindu card and provoking hatred for Muslims and Pakistan.
Imran maintained that the struggle of the people of Kashmir will eventually result in freedom. "Narendra Modi thought he would spread scare in Jammu Kashmir by deploying 0.8 million Indian Army troops but he failed in his nefarious designs," he stated.
The prime minister said, "Some Western countries fear China and they are using India against it."
He said, "We apprised the world leaders, including US President Donald Trump that India is spreading the perception of Nazism which could harm peace and stability in the region." Imran Khan said that Pakistan raised the Kashmir issue on every platform, highlighting human rights abuses by Indian troops.
He said that India can never succeed in its evilish plans against the people of Kashmir.
The premier mentioned that India has been exposed in front of the entire world. He said that over the past year, the media has recognised India's treatment of Kashmir. "Initially media would be pro India and against Pakistan, but if you look at this past year, you will notice that all international articles have recognised India's treatment of Kashmir," he added.
He pointed out that India has committed a crime against humanity by destroying lives, crippling livelihoods and imperilled the very identity of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
"Pakistan will always be with its brothers and sisters in IoK. We will never accept, and neither will the Kashmiris, the illegal Indian actions and oppression of the Kashmiri people,” the PM said.
On the occasion, the PM announced that the government will award Nishan-e-Pakistan to Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Gillani for his struggle against Indian oppression and raising voice for the people of held valley.