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‘Modi govt threat to Nehru and Gandhi’s India,’ Pakistan PM Imran Khan continues to rant into the void

Imran Khan in his tweet referred to the Modi government as 'Hindu supremacist government' that poses a threat to Pakistan 'as well as to the minorities in India'.

A day after Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said at a press conference that “Narendra Modi has buried Nehru’s India,” Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan today took to Twitter to make the same gibberish comment.

Imran Khan in his tweet referred to the Modi government as ‘Hindu supremacist government’ that poses a threat to Pakistan ‘as well as to the minorities in India’. He added that the Modi government is also a threat to the “very fabric of Nehru and Gandhi’s India”. Days after Pakistan’s minister taunted Rahul Gandhi for letting Modi get back to power, Khan equated the RSS to the Nazis, “To understand the link between Nazi ideology and the ethnic cleansing & genocide ideology of RSS-BJP Founding Fathers just Google”, Imran Khan said in his tweet.

Earlier also, after the Congress party stirred the religious pot on Kashmir, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan had given the issue a religious spin. Furthermore, Khan has cited politicians from Opposition parties in India to peddle his agenda.

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The Congress party and other opposition parties have been making extremely problematic remarks about the abrogation of Article 370. Equating the RSS with Nazis, too, has been a consistent claim made by opposition parties. Digvijay Singh also opined that India could lose Kashmir.

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