Sunday, 19 January, 2020
SAPM on Information and Broadcasting Criticise India over controvercial citizen bill

SAPM on Information and Broadcasting Criticise India over controvercial citizen bill
Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan, Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting: File Photo

Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan, Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting  criticised India in a tweet that on the international human rights day, India has introduced discriminatory Citizenship Bill.

Dr. Awan said that this step was an attack on the rights of minorities by fascist Modi government and a manifestation of anti-Muslim policies.

She maintained that Modi by converting India into hardline Hindu state has buried Gandhi’s India and proved that Quaid-e- Azam’s two-nation theory was right.

She further said that the controversial citizenship bill has exposed the claims of so called Indian democracy and secularism.

She said it was not a legislation, but a conspiracy to impose Hindutva ideology in the entire region and open interference in internal affairs of the neighbouring country.

She urged the international community to raise voice against human rights abuses in Indian occupied Kashmir and this discriminatory law.

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