EU parliamentarians slam Pak over terror, rights violations | Master Stroke

18 Sep 2019 11:11 PM

EU parliamentarians slam Pak over terror, rights violations | Master Stroke

Updated 18 Sep 2019 11:11 PM

 European parliamentarians Ryszard Czarnecki and Fulvio Martusciello and Indian-origin member Neena Gill have slammed Pakistan for harbouring terrorists and also spoken out against fellow EU parliamentarians for turning a blind eye to open rights violations by Pakistan.

During a special debate of the plenary of the European Parliament on Kashmir on Tuesday, Czarnecki, a member of the EU Parliament and European Conservatives and Reformists Group in Poland called India the "greatest democracy of the world".

"We need to look at terrorist acts that took place in India, J&K. These terrorists didn't land from moon.They were coming from neighboring country.We should support India," he said.

Fulvio Martusciello, Group of European People's Party (Christian Democrats), Italy, slammed Pakistan for threatening to use nuclear arms, referring to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's open threat that the Kashmir issue could spill into a nuclear war.

He said that Pakistan has been used by terrorists to plan bloody terrorist attacks in Europe.

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