World must consider safety of India’s nuclear arsenal controlled by fascist Modi: PM Khan

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday expressed concern about the “safety and security of India’s nuclear arsenal” and urged the international community to take notice.

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In a series of tweets, the premier said that the fact that India’s nuclear weapons are in the control of “the fascist, racist Hindu supremacist Modi government […] impacts not just the region but the world”.

PM’s statement comes two days after Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh declared that while New Delhi had stuck to its commitment of ‘no first use’ policy regarding nuclear weapons, the future policy would depend upon the situation. According to analysts, this statement by India introduced a level of uncertainty in New Delhi’s core national security doctrine.

The premier also, once again, directed the world’s attention to the lockdown imposed in parts of occupied Kashmir by the Indian government, that has entered its 14th day, saying that the matter “should have sent alarm bells ringing across the world with UN observers being sent there”.

He tweeted, “India has been captured, as Germany had been captured by Nazis, by a fascist, racist Hindu Supremacist ideology and leadership.This threatens nine million Kashmiris under siege in IOK for over two weeks which should have sent alarm bells ringing across the world with UN Observers being sent there.”

The Indian government’s “doctrine of hate and genocide, with RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) goons on the rampage” not only threatens minorities in India but also Pakistan, he further tweeted.

“And the threat also extends to Pakistan, the minorities in India and in fact the very fabric of Nehru and Gandhi’s India. One can simply Google to understand the link between the Nazi ideology and ethnic cleansing and genocide ideology of the RSS-BJP Founding Fathers.”

On Aug 5, the government of the right-wing BJP had put Kashmiri leaders under house arrest and imposed a complete communications blackout in occupied Kashmir shortly before revoking Article 370 of the Indian constitution, depriving the region of its special status.

Despite a strict lockdown in the occupied region, protests and clashes between Kashmiri residents and Indian forces have taken place at least twice.

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