Pakistan will respond if Modi stirs trouble in Kashmir: PM

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan speaks during a press conference at the United Nations Headquarters in New York on September 24, 2019. - Khan said Tuesday that both the United States and Saudi Arabia asked him to mediate with Iran to defuse tensions. (Photo by Angela Weiss / AFP)

Islamabad (HRNW) Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will stir up trouble in Kashmir to shift the world’s focus from its new citizenship laws that target Muslims, said Prime Minister Imran Khan at a rally in Pind Dadan Khan on Thursday. “I have spoken to General Bajwa about this and he has said Pakistan Army is ready to respond if any such thing happens,” said the premier. According to Samaa tv He also said he was certain Indians would revolt against their prime minister. The atrocities Modi has committed against Muslims, first in Gujrat, where he had thousands of Muslims murdered, then the brutality in Kashmir will come back to haunt him, Khan said. He compared the new citizenship laws to Hitler’s genocide of the Jews in Germany during the Second World War and the citizenship law of 1982 in Myanmar, which led to the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. The prime minister then addressed the family of the two soldiers martyred at the line of control in the Dewa sector Thursday morning and wished their families strength. He promised next year would bring good news for Pakistanis.

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