Punjab Governor contrast the behavior of Modi with Hitler
By Our News Desk
Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar termed Modi’s inhumanity as more vicious than the fascism of Hitler and Mussolini. He said that the United Nations and OIC should end their silence on the atrocities against Indian Muslims and Kashmir. After 8 Indian spy drones have fallen so far this year. India must realize that Pakistan’s armed forces are the best in the world, capable of responding to the enemy on every front.
Prime Minister Imran Khan is literally becoming the ambassador of Kashmiris and fighting their case in the world. We stand with our Kashmiri brothers and sisters till the last drop of blood and no sacrifice will be spared. He was talking to Kashmiri Leaders Mirza Abu Bakar Jral, Syed Hasnain Shah and others on Sunday.
Lifeblood of Pakistan
Governor Punjab said that Kashmir is still the lifeblood of Pakistan. Even today, with each passing day, the independence movement of Kashmiris is getting stronger and stronger. However, Kashmiris will succeed in their mission of independence soon.
Extra-judicial Killing of innocent Kashmiris is the worst form of terrorism and it is cruel for other international bodies including the United Nations to remain silent on this.
This cruelty must end and the United Nations must resolve the Kashmir issue in accordance with its promises and resolutions. Because until the Kashmir issue is resolved, peace in the region will remain a dream.
Governor Punjab said that Alhamdulillah, 220 million Pakistanis are proud that we have the best armed forces in the world that are defeating the enemy on all fronts. Every inch of the country’s borders will is under protection.
Violation oF Human Rights
Today, not only Pakistan but also many human rights organizations are saying that Modi-led Indian terrorism and extremism have become a serious threat to world and regional peace. He said that not only Muslims but all minorities in India have become insecure but we are providing all rights and protections to minorities in Pakistan as per the vision of Quaid-e-Azam.