Pakistan does not want war with India but RSS ideology poses threat. Prime Minister Imran Khan pointed to the extremist ideology RSS has taken over nuclear-armed India of over a billion people.
However, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York Munir Akram drew attention to India’s “aggressive intent” towards Pakistan.
But, he told the United Nations that Pakistan does not want war with India.
However, he also warned that if attacked, it will respond resolutely and effectively.
Besides, he urged the world body to act “decisively” to prevent a war between the two countries.
Munir Akram also urged UN to enable the Kashmiri people to exercise their UN-pledged right to self-determination for peace and stability in South Asia.
While taking part in a debate at Security Council, he said Pakistan seeks to build a new structure of sustainable peace with its neighbours.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that an extremist ideology RSS has taken over nuclear-armed India of over a billion people.
In a tweet today, he said it is an ideology based on racial superiority and hatred of Muslims and all minorities.
The Prime Minister said whenever this genie has come out of the bottle, it has always led to bloodshed.
Imran Khan also shared an article carried by The Times titled “India is a Hindu state now — We are second-class citizens.”