Leaving the country once again ashamed in front of the international community, Pakistan today quoted leaders of Congress for ‘condemning’ India’s act on Kashmir issue. During his speech at UNGA on Friday, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan repeated the congress leaders’ remarks on Kashmir issue.
The Pak PM also said “The previous Congress Home Minister gave a statement that in RSS camps, terrorists are being trained,” Khan said. Khan continued his speech narrating India over New Delhi’s move to revoke Article 370 and also flouted the time limit set for the address of world leaders.
This is not the first time that Khan has quoted the Indian political party while launching an attack on New Delhi.
“For a start, they have to lift the curfew, that’s the beginning. Even the Congress party in India has commented that poor people have been shut inside for 50 days. No one knows what’s happening with the political prisoners. Modi has boxed himself in a blind alley,” Khan had told reporters at a press conference here on the sidelines of the 74th UNGA session.
Earlier this month, the opening pages of a leaked Pakistan’s dossier on Jammu and Kashmir contained the statements made by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and National Conference (NC) leader Omar Abdullah in the wake of the abrogation of Article 370.
The social media reflected the widespread rage of Indians over the congress’s stance and the statements that have left the country ashamed.