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Pakistan toes the Indian opposition line by equating PM Modi to Hitler, lies about UNHRC

It is rather laughable that Pakistan, which has a history of butchering their own Bengalis in East Pakistan, the native Baloch in Baluchistan and Pashtun tribe in their Northern frontiers, is now attempting to teach democracy, human rights to India. 

The terrorist state of Pakistan, which represents the epitome of shamelessness, seems to have no intentions to stop their third-rated propaganda against India despite being at the received end of the global shame and isolation.

It yet another display of ignominy, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has now compared to PM Modi to Adolf Hitler in response to the recent humiliation faced by Pakistan in the UNHRC.

The Indian government had nailed Pakistan on the issue of terrorism and had also highlighted forced conversion and persecution of Ahmadis, Sikhs, Hindus and other minorities in Pakistan. The government had clearly explained India’s position on the issue of Kashmir in the UNHRC.

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As Pakistan’s lies on Kashmir were exposed by the Indian Ministry of External Affairs in the UNHRC, a desperate Pakistan has now resorted to personal abuse against PM Modi.

The parody country Pakistan, whose national sport seems to be ‘begging’, has no shame in pointing fingers at India despite the fact the Pakistani state being one of the most failed states in the modern era. With no respect for virtues such as democracy, justice, human rights, equality and liberty, Pakistan and its military establishment has shown its dictatorial attributes more than any other state in recent times.

It is rather laughable that Pakistan, which has a history of butchering their own Bengalis in East Pakistan, the native Baloch in Baluchistan and Pashtun tribe in their Northern frontiers, is now attempting to teach democracy, human rights to India.

Interestingly, Pakistan’s ruling party PTI has decided to sing the same tune just as Indian opposition parties who often resorts to such tirade against PM Modi by comparing him with Hitler. Similar propaganda is often peddled by the Indian ‘liberals’ and opposition parties, who often foul-mouth Prime Minister Modi by comparing him to Adolf Hitler.

In April, during the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, former Congress IT cell head Divya Spandana was caught sharing a digitally edited image of the German dictator ‘posing’ like he is pulling a child’s ears to compare him with Prime Minister Modi. Various Congress friendly ‘celebrities’ including disgraced former IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt who regularly indulges in peddling fake news had also shared the same images in an attempt to compare Hitler with Modi just like Imran Khan’s PTI.

Fake image tweeted by Congress IT cell head Divya Spandana

Raj Thackery, who is best known for his party’s in vandalism of Maharashtra’s public property, had also compared Narendra Modi with Adolf Hitler. During a public meeting in Mumbai, Maharashtra in April, Raj Thackeray said, “PM Narendra Modi is another Adolf Hitler.”

National Conference (NC) President Farooq Abdullah in the past had also compared Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Adolf Hitler whereas Bengal Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee even gone a step further and had termed the PM as “Hitler’s uncle”.

The Indian liberals, opposition parties often share traits of the Pakistani establishment by making anti-Indian, anti-Hindu comments. Not only that the opposition parties often parrot the lines of Pakistan by not only questioning the Indian state but also giving legitimacy to Pro-Pakistan voices within India. These similarities were also manifested during both Uri, Balakot airstrikes when some of the ‘liberal-secular’ media, opposition parties demanded proof of the strikes just like the Pakistani establishment.

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