As Expected, Imran Khan Cries Foul On Kashmir Issue At UNGA | Ghanti Bajao

27 Sep 2019 11:31 PM

As Expected, Imran Khan Cries Foul On Kashmir Issue At UNGA | Ghanti Bajao

Updated 27 Sep 2019 11:31 PM

After Prime Minister Narendra Modi's spirited speech at the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan too got a chance to take the international podium. As expected, Pakistani PM cried foul on the Kashmir Issue and blamed Modi government for revoking special status in the Valley. Khan started his speech with talking about Islamophobia and how it is resulting into the marginalisation of Islamic countries and in turn leading to radicalisation. "Suicide attacks and Islam were equated but no one researched that before 9/11 most suicide attacks were caused by Tamil tigers but no one blamed Hinduism, quite rightly. What would Hinduism do with attacks," he said.

Moving ahead, Khan spoke about the tragic Pulwama issue which took place on February 14, 2019 where at least 40 Indian Army soldiers were martyred. "India blamed us soon after the Pulwama attack took place. I requested the Indian government to present evidence about Pakistan's involvement, rather they sent jets and bombed us," he said.
 
 

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