Bilawal accuses PM Sharif of silently backing Modi’s atrocities in Kashmir

Latest Update: July 14, 2016 | 224 Views

RAWALAKOT: Pakistan People’s Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Thursday accused Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of silently supporting the atrocities committed by Narendra Modi’s government in occupied Kashmir.

“Modi is that friend of Mian sahib (Nawaz Sharif) whose government committed worst atrocities in occupied Jammu and Kashmir,” Bilawal said while addressing the PPP rally in Rawalakot.

“Mian sahib issued a condemnation statement four days after 35 innocent Kashmiris were brutally killed by Indian forces,” he lamented.

The PPP chairman said that if PML-N government managed to win upcoming elections for Azad Jammu and Kashmir’s legislative assembly, the message would go abroad that the people of Kashmir have endorsed “Sharif’s friendship with Modi”.

He called upon Britain and United Nations to fulfill their promises they made during the partition time that a right to self determination would be given to the people of Kashmir.

Recounting the achievements of PPP government in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Bilawal said that there was only one university before the party’s government in the valley and now there are 6 universities.

He asked the PPP workers if Nawaz Sharif initiated any new projects other than launching metro bus projects in the country.

Bilawal said that Sharif brothers are not leaders but politicians, who he said, only protect their own interests.

“The end of PML-N government in the government would begin from Rawalakot,” he added.


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