Interior Minister terms Modi’s UNGA speech as mind-numbing

APP News Agency

26th Sep, 2021. 09:52 am
Interior Minister terms Modi’s UNGA speech as mind-numbing

Minister for Interior Sheikh Rashid Ahmad on Saturday termed the Indian Prime Minister Modi’s speech at the United Nation’s General Assembly (UNGA) as mind-numbing, worthless, insignificant and of inferior quality.

Commenting on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech to the UN General Assembly, the minister said that this short and poor speech was not up to the standard of such a world’s big forum.

“Modi was speaking just like a union council leader, who failed in proper marketing of Indian COVID-19 vaccine to convince world leader to purchase it.”

Sheikh Rashid said,” Modi talked about minorities in Afghanistan but he didn’t say anything about what is happening with minorities in India, who are living with miserable conditions.”

He said, “I never heard entire my political life such a low-standard, boring and disarrayed speech at the high forum.”

Moreover, Commenting on Prime Minister’s address to the UN General Assembly, the minister said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has presented a true picture of Afghanistan covering all aspects logically and confidently in his address to the UN General Assembly.

He said PM Imran Khan boldly told the world leaders about the role of superpowers in reaching Afghanistan at this stage while the PM also discussed the causes of increasing social and economic instability in the world.

He said that the PM has narrated the whole background of the prevailing situation in Afghanistan right from the role of superpowers to the Afghan Taliban. “PM Imran Khan told the world that it was not Pakistan but actually the USA and other countries behind all what happened in Afghanistan,” Sheikh added.

He said Imran Khan has clearly apprised the world that Pakistan had to face a hard time on extending its support to the USA and allied forces. “PM Imran Khan told the world how Pakistan faced terrorism independently when the USA left Pakistan at a time when terrorism was on its peak.”

He said that Pakistan’s appeal to world leaders on not leaving Afghanistan alone at this stage shows PM’s feeling of love for humanity.

Sheikh Rashid said that the Prime Minister once again exposed the fascist face of Modi’s India, its discriminatory policies with minorities and the Indian army’s insolence with the dead body of senior Kashmiri Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Geelani.

He expressed the hope that the world community will make policies taking guidance from the Prime Minister’s address to the UN General Assembly.

 

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