India harshly criticized Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto for his incendiary personal attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, calling it a “new low even for Pakistan”.
India’s prickling remark against Pakistan has so infuriated the Islamic nation that its leaders have resorted to using morally repugnant language to target India’s Prime Minister. In a statement to the media in response to External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar’s statement, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari claimed that Pakistan has lost more lives to terrorism than India and thus has no reason to support terrorism. He went on to say that while Osama Bin Laden is no longer alive, Gujarat’s butcher is still alive and was even barred from entering the United States before becoming India’s Prime Minister.
In response to Pakistan’s foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto’s remark about Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP workers staged a massive protest near the country’s embassy in Delhi. They chanted “Pakistan hay hay” and “Bilawal Bhutto maafi maango” while holding placards.
The Delhi Police set up barricades to prevent BJP workers from marching to the Pakistan Embassy. The protesters, however, broke through the first round of barricades and began marching toward the embassy.
— @UrbanShrink (@UrbanShrink) December 16, 2022
He stated that while India’s EAM unveiled a bust of Mahatma Gandhi at the United Nations, he would be aware that the RSS does not believe in Gandhi’s ideology. He went on to say that the RSS does not regard Gandhi as the founder of India, and that they hero-worship the terrorist who assassinated Gandhi.
Osama Bin Laden dead but the Butcher of Gujarat lives
Modi was banned entering into USA till he became PM of India
Butcher of Gujarat became Butcher of Kashmir
RSS derived the inspiration from SS the elite force of Nazi Reich & Hitler & denies Mahatma Ghandi’s philosophy pic.twitter.com/55LmfgH4iQ
— Ibrar Mir (BHUTTO), SVP PPP Europe (@IbrarAMir3) December 15, 2022
External Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar had slammed Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari days earlier, without naming any country, for unceremoniously bringing up the issue of Kashmir during a UN gathering in New York to discuss the issue of multilateralism. “Nor can hosting Osama Bin Laden and attacking a neighbouring Parliament serve as credentials to preach before this council,” Jaishankar said, implying Pakistan.