Will have to take practical steps for Kashmiris, but govt doesn’t want solidarity: Bilawal


13 Aug, 2019 4:42 pm

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto has said that the government will have to take practical steps for Kashmiris.

Talking to the media on Tuesday, the government’s acts show that it does not want solidarity. “We will tolerate all your incompetence, but will not compromise on the Kashmir issue. Modi has snatched the rights of the Kashmiris, but we will not let it happen.”

The PPP chairman said: “Narendra Modi has made a historic attack on our Kashmir. We will fight a war for the Kashmiris if need be.”

He said that the government should take the Kashmir cause seriously and play its rile to inculcate national unity among the people.

He also criticized the government for shifting his ailing aunt Faryal Talpur to jail from hospital. “The government is targeting the women of its opponents as revenge.”

Bilawal Bhutto said that a conspiracy was hatched in the Senate to pitch all political parties against each other. He announced that he would go to Skardu soon after Eid and launch a public contact campaign.

India robbed Kashmiris of basic rights, world watching it indifferently: Bilawal

On August 12, PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto said that India has robbed the Kashmiris of their basic rights, but the world is watching it indifferently.

Addressing a gathering after the Eid prayers, he said that the Kashmiris are spending Eid in collective detention. “We will raise the voice of the Kashmiris at each forum,” he said.

Bilawal Bhutto said that the hands of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi are red with the blood of the Muslims. “When good people do not do anything, then the evil dominate,” he added.

He said that pellet guns are being used against innocent Kashmiris. “We will celebrate Eid while expressing solidarity with the Kashmiris,” he added.

Criticizing the government, the PPP chairman said that the opposition leaders are being arrested when the government should give the message of unity.

 



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