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India attacked democracy and right to self-determination: Bilawal Bhutto

India attacked democracy and right to self-determination: Bilawal Bhutto
August 6, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had made the speech without any strategy and plan. Expressing his views on the revocation of special status of Occupied Kashmir during the joint session of the parliament on Tuesday, he said that the silence of Imran Khan is disappointing. “India has attacked international laws, democracy and right to self-determination,” he maintained. The PPP chairman said that Modi is playing with fire. “We will not remain silent over the Indian step,” he said. “History will ask us where we were when children were being blinded in Occupied Kashmir and cluster bombs were being dropped?” he said. He said that Pakistan should have formed the policy before hand keeping in mind the extremist mentality of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Gujarat’s butcher is now becoming butcher of Kashmir: Bilawal
On August 5, PPP chairman Bialwal Bhutto has condemned the revoking of the special status for Occupied Kashmir by the Indian government. Talking to the media outside Parliament, he said that the butcher of Gujarat was becoming the butcher of Kashmir. “A historic attack has been carried out on the Kashmiri people,” he said. Bilawal Bhutto said that now a single tweet would not work and the entire country will raise the voice from one platform for the Kashmiris. “Where are the people who did the politics in the name of Kashmir? Where is the prime minister of Pakistan?” he questioned. He said that each Pakistani is ready to fight for Kashmir. “The alliance of the opposition is vital for strengthening democracy,” he said. The PPP chairman said that Occupied Kashmir’s special status had been abolished in a democratic way. “The unity of the opposition is mandatory for strengthening democracy. My party has formed a committee to probe the Senate elections,” he said. He welcomed the government’s step to discuss the Kashmir dispute with the international community. “It is pity that the prime minister’s visit could not be proved more than photo sessions,” he added. Bilawal Bhutto said that the Pakistan government should raise the Kashmir issue at the international level.