Imran Khan's message on Indian Independence Day

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Imran Khan slammed Indian government for the presence of extra troops and curfew in Kashmir.

By Web Report

Published: Thu 15 Aug 2019, 9:30 AM

Last updated: Thu 15 Aug 2019, 9:48 PM

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday asked the international community if it will allow the world to witness another Srebrenica-type massacre and ethnic cleansing of Muslims in Kashmir.
In a series of tweets, Imran Khan slammed the Narendra Modi-led government for 'presence of extra troops' and a "12-day curfew" in an 'already heavily militarised occupied territory'.
In a warning to India and the international community, Imran Khan further said that if the alleged "ethnic cleansing" in Kashmir continued, "it will have severe repercussions and reactions in the Muslim world setting off radicalisation and cycles of violence."
Khan further said that what was happening in Kashmir was an "example of Modi's earlier ethnic cleansing of Muslims in Gujarat."

On Wednesday, Imran Khan, who has compared Modi's government to Nazi Germany, said that time had come to teach Delhi a lesson and promised to "fight until the end" against any Indian aggression.
"The Pakistani army has solid information that they (India) are planning to do something in Pakistani Kashmir, and they are ready and will give a solid response," Khan said in Muzaffarabad.

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