Pakistan’s premier Imran Khan expressed his gratitude towards the supreme leader of Iran over his response to the Modi regime’s atrocities in Indian occupied Kashmir.
According to the details, the Prime Minister of retweeting the twitter message of Ayatollah Khamenei in which he expressed his concern over Indian outrage against Muslim citizens.
He said in his tweet, “the hearts of Muslims all over the world are grieving over the massacre of Muslims in India. The government of India should confront extremist Hindus & their parties & stop the massacre of Muslims in order to prevent India’s isolation from the world of Islam.”
In response to his tweet, Prime Minister Imran Khan said in his message that he is grateful to the supreme leader of Iran Khamenei and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that both dignitaries have expressed their concerns over the massacre of Muslims in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir and Indian lands led by racist Government administered by Narendra Modi.
I want to thank Supreme Leader Khamenei, & President Erdogan, for speaking against the oppression & massacre of Muslims in India & Kashmiris in IOJK by the Hindu Supremacist Modi regime. https://t.co/sUeIJ81q58
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) March 5, 2020
It is pertinent to mention that at least 44 people have been killed and hundreds injured in the worst Muslim carnage in the Indian capital in decades, triggered by clashes between supporters of new citizenship law and those against it.
Khamenei’s tweet came just days after New Delhi rebuked Iran’s foreign minister for commenting on the same issue.
“Iran condemns the wave of organized violence against Indian Muslims,” Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted on Monday, in response to which New Delhi summoned the Islamic Republic’s ambassador and lodged a protest.
“We do not expect such comments from a country like Iran,” ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar said in a statement later.
The citizenship law provides non-Muslims from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and Pakistan a fast track to Indian citizenship.