Prime Minister Imran Khan says world must stop Modi’s fascism

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28 Feb, 2020 11:27 pm

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the world must accept brutal reality of the Modi fascist/racist regime and stop it from doing genocide of the Muslims.

In a message on Twitter, he said: “As I have stating repeatedly, Modi’s Hindu Supremacist agenda is akin to the Nazi pogrom of Jews in the 1930s, while the major powers appeased Hitler. Modi conducted pogrom against Muslims in Gujarat as chief minister and now we are seeing the same in New Delhi.

“Images coming out of Muslim homes and businesses being burnt, Muslims being beaten and killed, mosques and graveyards being burnt and desecrated are similar to Jews fleeing the pogrom in Nazi Germany. The world must accept this brutal reality of the Modi fascist racist regime and stop it.”

Earlier addressing a ceremony held on the completion of a year of a befitting reply to Indian aggression on February 26, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that it is very difficult to return from the path being trodden by India. the prime minister said that they knew after the Pulwama incident that India would do some activity. “We could have given a vigorous response to the attack, but showed responsibility,” he added.

He said that Pakistan’s generals were not worried after the Indian aggression. “COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa was very confident. I should have been worried, but was I was confident on seeing the COAS,” he said.

The prime minister said that now Pakistan would be an upward trajectory as the difficult time has passed.

He said that India had been badly trapped and the international community would have to help it. “The philosophy of Hindutva has reached the point where they consider no nation is superior to Hindus,” he said.

Imran Khan said that today whatever happening in India was told by the Quaid-e-Azam 72 years. “The Indian government is targeting 200 million people,” he added.

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