Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s war mongering and anti-Hindu hysteria do not seem to be stopping. (File Photo)
Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s war mongering and anti-Hindu hysteria do not seem to be stopping anytime soon. Khan, who is on a spree of making anti-India posts on social media, has again resorted to Twitter to label Indian government as ‘Fascist, Hindu Supremacist’ dispensation under Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “The fascist, Hindu Supremacist Modi Govt should know that while armies, militants & terrorists can be defeated by superior forces; history tells us that when a nation unites in a freedom struggle & does not fear death, no force can stop it from achieving its goal”, reads Imran’s tweet.
The fascist, Hindu Supremacist Modi Govt should know that while armies, militants & terrorists can be defeated by superior forces; history tells us that when a nation unites in a freedom struggle & does not fear death, no force can stop it from achieving its goal.— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) August 16, 2019
After India decided to abrogate Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir and separate Ladakh from it, Imran Khan has been hell bent upon furthering his anti-India propaganda worldwide and has dialled some of world leaders including the heads of nations of ‘Organisation of Islamic Cooperation’ and tried to mobilise their support in Pakistan’s favour. However, India has received robust support of the international community while Pakistan, on the other hand, has only been snubbed by nations like Poland, Russia and UAE.
Imran Khan did not stop here and went on to say, “That is why the Hindutva exclusivist creed of the Modi-led Govt with its fascist tactics in IOK will fail miserably in its attempt to smother the Kashmiri liberation struggle.”
Earlier, in an address to PoK’s Legislative Assembly on the occasion of Pakistan’s Independence Day, Imran claimed that he will be the ambassador of Kashmiris and would take up the issue to global firmaments as he stressed, “The world’s eye is on Kashmir and on Pakistan...I will be the ambassador who raises Kashmir’s voice at every international forum.”
On India’s Independence Day, the Pakistani PM, in a tweet, had compared Jammu and Kashmir with ‘Srebrenica’ and had appealed the international community to take a note of the situation.
On August 5, India scrapped Article 370 of the Constitution which granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir. The resolution was passed in the Lok Sabha by division of votes with 351 members in support and 72 against it.