FM Qureshi has said that India is continuously doing cease fire violations on line of control.
According to the details, FM Qureshi in his recent statement urged international community to take action against Indian atrocities.
Moreover, FM Qureshi said India is witnessing violent protests for implementing anti Muslim law in the country.
He said the Extremist Modi Administration is playing with fire.
Over 10 states of India are currently protesting against discrimination law, said Shah Mahmood.
Opposition in India on the citizenship bill is also protesting.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi further said that any Indian aggression on Line of Control will be answered vigorously.
Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan also criticized Modi clique for the diabolical law.
India is facing severe unrest in the country in wake of the anti muslim citizen ship bill.
Big rallies crowded streets and criticizing the modi administration and demanding to pull back the law.
During the past week of unrest, hundreds of people have been arrested.
Authorities have cut the internet in some flashpoint areas and banned large gatherings in others.
Police have fired tear gas, also accused of beating protesters.
The arrested include women and students, heightening the anger.
Restrictions also imposed in Lucknow, capital of northern Uttar Pradesh state.
In New Delhi, authorities imposed a ban on gatherings of more than four people in some of its Muslim-dominated districts.
Police fired shots in the air in a Muslim-dominated part of the capital.
Police also stormed protest in front of New Delhi’s Jamia Millia Islamia university that left 200 students injured.
Hundreds of people rallied in Mumbai and chanted”We Are All One”.
Protests have also turned violent in West Bengal where many were injured in scuffles.
The UN Secretary-General’s spokesman Stephane Dujarric also expressed concerns on the situation.
The United States’s State Department also urged New Delhi to protect human rights.
What’s the new bill ?
Modi’s new citizenship act challenges secularism by injecting religion into national policy.
The Citizenship Amendment Act allows persecuted minorities a fast-track route to Indian citizenship.
Muslims, however, not included.