Shazia Marri, the head of the Pakistan Peoples Party, has warned a nuclear conflict with India. One day prior, India harshly rebuked Bilawal Bhutto, the foreign minister of Pakistan’s neighbour, for his “uncivilised outburst” at Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“India shouldn’t disregard Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal. We do not intend for our nuclear status to stay quiet. If the situation calls for it, we won’t back down “At a press conference in favour of Mr. Bhutto, Ms. Marri warned reporters, according to ANI.
India criticised Mr. Bhutto for his egregious personal assault on Prime Minister Modi on Friday, calling it a “new low even for Pakistan.”
In a firm and unequivocal condemnation of Mr. Bhutto’s speech at the UN, New Delhi stated that Pakistan lacked the authority to throw doubt on India and that “Make in Pakistan terrorism” must end.
Osama bin Laden is gone, but the butcher of Gujarat is still alive and is the Prime Minister of India, Mr. Bhutto claimed in an extremely offensive statement on Thursday.
He was responding to Pakistan’s Foreign Minister, S. Jaishankar, who in a potent criticism labelled Pakistan the “epicentre of terrorism.”
“Even for Pakistan, these remarks represent a new low. This day in 1971, which was a direct result of the genocide committed by Pakistani authorities against ethnic Bengalis and Hindus, has apparently been forgotten by the country’s foreign minister. Unfortunately, it doesn’t appear like Pakistan has made much improvements in how it treats its minorities. It obviously lacks credibility to criticise India, “In a statement, the Foreign Ministry remarked.
According to the ministry, Pakistan’s “growing incapacity to utilise terrorists and their proxies” appeared to be the cause of the foreign minister’s “uncivilised outburst.”
“The wounds of terrorism that Pakistan financed, backed, and inspired can be seen in several cities, including New York, Mumbai, Pulwama, Pathankot, and London. From their Special Terrorist Zones, this carnage has spread over the whole planet. Terrorism that is “made in Pakistan” must end.”
According to India, Osama bin Laden is exalted as a martyr in Pakistan, which also provides safe haven to terrorists like Lakhvi, Hafiz Saeed, Masood Azhar, Sajid Mir, and Dawood Ibrahim. No other nation could claim to have 126 terrorists who were designated by the UN and 27 terrorist organizations, according to the statement.
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