India is trying to create unrest by fanning sectarianism says FM

India is trying to create unrest by fanning sectarianism says FM

India is trying to create unrest by fanning sectarianism says FM

FM Qureshi


Pakistan Foreign Minister FM Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that the India is trying to create chaos here by fanning sectarianism.

According to the details, in a recent statement, Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that Pakistan always exposed its nefarious designs to the global community.

He said that the recent viewpoint of the British Parliamentarians regarding Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir situation is the success of Pakistan’s diplomatic efforts.

Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that the British parliamentarians made it clear that Jammu and Kashmir is not an internal matter of India, but it is an international dispute.

He said India always tries to give impression that situation in Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir is normal.  The Foreign Minister added that India is trying to create unrest in Pakistan by fanning sectarianism.


He said that some powers are also working to weaken Pakistan. However, their nefarious designs will not succeed.

About country’s internal situation, Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the government is taking different measures to control inflation.

He observed that some people want to become rich overnight and they resorted to hoarding and profiteering which caused inflation. He, however, said that the government is very much active against the hoarders and profiteers.

Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the opposition parties particularly PML-N and the PPP should provide details of their party funds to the Election Commission by Tuesday before going to protest.

He warned that the protest demonstration and sit-in of the opposition parties’ alliance should be in democratic manner and the law should not be taken into hand.

Earlier, UK Member of Parliament (MP) Sarah Owen from the Labour party made a moving speech in Westminster Hall, where a discussion took place on the situation in occupied Kashmir.


A vocal supporter of the Kashmiri people who has in the past expressed solidarity with those living under occupation, she called on the British government to do more to condemn the situation in Kashmir. In her speech, Owen highlighted how the pandemic had affected the everyday realities of Kashmiris.

“Muslims have reported being turned away from hospitals. This is shocking at the best of times, but especially so during a pandemic,” she said, adding: “There are numerous reports of Kashmiri women and girls being raped. Senior officials in the BJP put on record their intentions to make Kashmiri women a part of this conflict. And I have heard [that there are] women in Kashmir that are terrified of being assaulted by the thousands of soldiers on their doorstep. Women fear for their lives and do not feel safe.”

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