PM Imran has unmasked loathsome face of Modi: Buzdar


Amraiz Khan

Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has unmasked the loathsome face of Modi hidden behind the extremist organization RSS. He said that Prime Minister Imran Khan in his General Assembly’s speech also stressed upon the world to play its due role to get Kashmiris their right of self-determination.
He said that IK presented Kashmir case in a bold and rational manner at General Assembly. He said that more we praise the historic speech of Prime Minister Imran Khan the less it would be as he comprehensively represented the oppressed Muslims of occupied Kashmir in United Nation. In his statement issued on Saturday Sardar Usman Buzdar said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has exposed the fascist designs of India before the comity of nations and his speech is a warning for the world and a charge sheet against Modi Sarkar.
He said that Prime Minister Imran Khan is an ambassador of Kashmiris in real sense as he poured his heart out. He said that Imran Khan fought the case of Kashmir-cause gracefully. He said that the Prime Minister informed the world about the Indian atrocities and barbarism in occupied Kashmir and their disastrous results in the valley. He further maintained that daring speech of Imran Khan has shuddered the Indian government as he told the world that the minorities are unsafe in India due to the Hindu extremist mentality.
Peaceful solution of Kashmir dispute guarantees peace in the region. He said that enthusiastic speech of Prime Minister gave boost to the courage of Kashmiris. Usman Buzdar said that Prime Minister also drew the attention of world towards the serious issue of money laundering. In his speech, he clearly mentioned that money laundering is the major hurdle in the way of economic development of developing countries. This is the main reason, the Prime Minister stressed upon the world to take effective measure for the eradication of money laundering.

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