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FM notes world realize fascist Hindutva regime rules India

FM notes world realize fascist Hindutva regime rules India

FM notes world realize fascist Hindutva regime rules India nowadays.

In a statement today (Tuesday), Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi stated this.

FM notes world realize fascist Hindutva regime rules India

He urged the international community to hold India responsible for endangering peace in the region.

However, he said the world has realized that a fascist Hindutva regime is governing India.

Earlier, that the world considered India a secular state.

Furthermore, the FM said we presented before the world irrefutable evidence of India’s sponsorship of terrorism inside Pakistan.

Shah Mahmood Qureshi was referring to the dossier they presented on November 14 last year.

Moreover, he said the EU DisinfoLab’s recent report has confirmed our reservations.

He said Arnab Goswami’s recently leaked chat also has exposed the Pulwama drama.

Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Pakistan wants peace in the region, including Afghanistan.

He said we want that the intra-Afghan dialogue reaches its logical conclusion with a success.

FM accuses BJP government of undermining regional peace and stability for its political interests.

In a statement on Monday, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Indian BJP govt want to divert attention from internal affairs.

However, he said Pakistan will forcefully raise the Indian evil conspiracies and state terrorism at the world level.

Meanwhile, the FM also accused BJP government of undermining regional peace and stability for its political interests.

In a statement on Monday, Foreign Minister said Indian BJP govt want to divert attention from internal affairs.

However, he said Pakistan will forcefully raise the Indian evil conspiracies and state terrorism at the world level.

GTV

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