PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s policies would split India forever.
“What is going on in India will divide its nation forever and India will be split. There’s huge minority and we are talking about 500 million people who will be excluded by this exclusive Hinduvta racial superior ideology. There are so many problems lying ahead if they keep going on this road,” Imran Khan said while speaking at the Institute of Strategic & International Studies in Malaysia.
He said whenever there would be a government in India which believed in prosperity of the subcontinent and poverty alleviation then Pakistan would be the first to offer its hand for friendship to India.
The PM said the situation of the Muslim world was a tale of disaster. Muslims must come together when someone was only being persecuted for his religion, he said. He said Muslims were going through their worst time in history because of total division. “We just want to protect the interest like any other community would want,” he said.
He called attention towards studying the life of the Holy Prophet Muhammed (SAWW) and the state of Madina.
The Prime Minister regretted that Islamophobia grew in the world due to ineffective efforts of the Muslim leadership to counter it. He said the Muslim leadership should have effectively presented the true image of Islam, which has no connection with terrorism. He said Pakistan, Malaysia and Turkey have agreed on efforts to correct the image of Islam inusing media so that not only the Western world but the Muslim children also know about the real history and face of Islam.
On Jan 22, PM Imran Khan had said there was no imminent threat of war between Pakistan and India.
Addressing International Media Council in Davos, PM Imran Khan had said, “We are not close to a conflict right now but I am just looking ahead that’s why it is important that the UN must act and the US must act because I fear Pulwama-like false flag operation by India to intensify the tension.” He had said following Pulwama attack, he had asked India to present evidence for their allegations against Pakistan.
He had said he was a firm believer that military was not a solution to ending the conflicts. From day one, he had been calling for a peace settlement, he had said.