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FM suggests Indian govt should serve the downtrodden and minorities

FM suggests Indian govt should serve the downtrodden

FM suggests Indian govt should serve the downtrodden and minorities of India, instead of fanning border disputes wit every neighbor.

 

In his tweets today, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi suggested necessary introspection.

FM suggests Indian govt should serve the downtrodden

He said it would serve Modi’s government and ‘neighbourhood first’ policy well to realise India’s neighbours pose far less of a problem than their own domestic inadequacies, failures and fascism.

Qureshi said the current Indian government would remain less focused on igniting border disputes with every neighbor, behaving like an expansionist nation, and more focused on serving the poor, downtrodden and minorities of India better.

Meanwhile, he presided over a meeting regarding use of modern technology in Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Islamabad today [Sunday].

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi termed the Coronavirus pandemic a challenge which has almost changed the world.

He cited holding of all meetings across the world virtually through video link.

The Foreign Minister said that keeping in view negative impacts of Covid-19, we will have to formulate a future line of action.

On this occasion, he also appreciated the valuable suggestions from the representatives of the telecom companies.

On the other hand, former Indian police chief backs arming Hindus in Kashmir valley.

Shesh Paul Vaid has advocated arming and training Hindus and creating so-called Village Defence Committees (VDCs) in the Kashmir Valley.

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