Modi made ‘fatal mistake’ by scrapping Kashmir’s autonomy: PM Imran

MUZAFFARABAD (HRNW) – Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said Indian PM Narendra Modi made a fatal mistake on August 5 by scrapping the autonomy of occupied Kashmir.

The premier addressed the Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Legislative Assembly and affirmed that it is his faith that the held Valley will get freedom. He said he had promised to become ambassador of Kashmir and has raised its voice at all international forums.

PM Imran further stated that Modi’s entire election campaign was against Pakistan and propagated Hindutva ideology. The premier said that he explained the whole Kashmir issue to the US President Donald Trump. “Modi promulgated the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) ideology which was inspired by Hitler and Nazis, and praised the massacre of Jews which is the fundamental theory of this organization,” he added.

He went on to say that Indian PM claimed he can conquer Pakistan in just 11 days. “Such statements cannot be given by any normal person but those who are scared”, he added. He asserted that India is executing terrorism and oppressing Kashmiris, and they want to convert the occupied valley into a minority.

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