Black Day: Pakistan Defence Minister blames PM Modi for violence in Kashmir Valley: On Friday, Khawaja Mohammed Asif who is Defence Minister of Pakistan put the blame directly on PM Modi’s shoulder for violence in the Kashmir valley. He also said that an ethnic cleansing initiated by Modi in Kashmir.
He tweeted that Massacre and genocide in Kashmir valley is extension & re-enactment of ethnic cleansing started by Modi in Gujarat. On Friday PM of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif announced that Pakistan will observe a Black Day on 19th July 2016 because pakistani express solidarity with Kashmiris over the violence in the valley . Nawaz also explained slain Hizbul commander terrorist Burhan Wani as a martyr.
The spokesperson of MEA of India said that Pakistan had no locus standi in what was essentially a domestic issue. Continued glorification of terrorists belonging to proscribed terrorist organisations makes it clear where Pakistan’s sympathies continue to lie. On Friday Khawaja Mohammed Asif, Defence Minister of Pakistan put the blame for violence in Kashmir on PM Modi’s shoulders.
Observing the Black Day on 19th July was made by the Pakistan on Friday in meeting which is held by Federal cabinet chaired by Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif.
The federal cabinet of Pakistan condemned India on calling Burhan Wani a terrorist. Sharif expressed deep shock on the killing of terrorist Burhan Wani and many others civilians by the Indian military and paramilitary forces.
Sharif also said that I and whole Pakistan is stand by kashimiris against Indian oppression. Pakistan will continue its diplomatic and political supports to kashimiris in their struggle for their right of self-determination. He also said that Tyranny of India will strengthen the freedom movement in Kashmir.
PM Sharif remarked, ” Kashmir will get freedom”.
There is no work left for the Pakistan and it’s institutions. They only highlight the tyranny of Indian security forces being meted out to innocent Kashmiris. Sharif took an oath that Pakistan will also play its role in awakening the conscience of the international community in this regard. The special sitting of the federal cabinet will also discuss about the violence in the valley in a joint session of Pakistan Parliament.