A day after Pakistan’s desperate Prime Minister Imran Khan once again raised the Kashmir issue in his address to the United Nations General Assembly, Defence minister Rajnath Singh took a dig at him on Saturday saying that Imran Khan has been creating content fit for cartoon makers as he continues to propel his anti-India narrative.
He was speaking in Mumbai on the occasion of the commissioning of India’s second Scorpene-class attack submarine, INS Khanderi, at the Mazgaon Docks.
“While our progressive steps in Jammu and Kashmir are receiving global support, Pakistani Prime Minister has been running around door-to-door and creating content for cartoon makers. Recent US visit of Honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ji showcased India’s emergence as a superpower. We witnessed how Modi Ji was welcomed by top leaders of the US at jam-packed Stadium,” said Rajnath Singh.
“Pakistan should understand that today with the strong resolve of our government and advancement in naval capacity with additions like INS Khanderi, we are capable of giving a much bigger blow to it,” he said.
Earlier also the defence minister had warned Pakistan against any misadventure. He had cautioned Pakistan against “repeating mistakes of 1965 and 1971”.
Since the Indian government went ahead with its audacious decision on Jammu and Kashmir Pakistan’ Prime Minister has made peddling false narratives on Kashmir into a life goal. Though being shunned globally and also admitting to his failure in selling his bootless agenda to the world, Imran Khan refuses to forego.
Prime Minister Modi and Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed the 74th session of UNGA yesterday in New York. While PM Modi spoke about peace and harmony and the way forward in combating climate change and terrorism, Pakistan PM Imran Khan continued to whine against India while cooking up a recipe for disaster. Not only did he overstep the time limit allotted to him (he spoke for over 30 minutes against allotted 15-20 minutes), Khan continued his vile anti-India propaganda on abrogation of Article 370.