Former Foreign Minister and Chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, has commented on the serious allegations made by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau against India.
In a statement, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari expressed his concern over the allegations leveled by Justin Trudeau against India, stating that the situation is quite grave. He emphasized that it is time to recognize India as a state promoting Hindu extremism and terrorism rather than a secular state.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari raised questions about how long the international community would turn a blind eye to India’s actions, particularly its alleged involvement in state-sponsored terrorism in Kashmir and its interference in Pakistan’s internal affairs.
He pointed out that India has been implicated in acts of terrorism not only within its borders but also in neighboring countries. The former foreign minister questioned whether the international community would continue to ignore India’s blatant disregard for human rights and its role in destabilizing the region.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s comments come in response to Justin Trudeau’s recent remarks in which the Canadian Prime Minister accused India of supporting violent protests and terrorism. Trudeau’s statements have sparked a diplomatic row between Canada and India.
The allegations against India have added to the ongoing international scrutiny of its actions in the region, particularly in Jammu and Kashmir. The dispute over Kashmir has been a longstanding issue between India and Pakistan, and it remains a subject of concern for the international community.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s criticism underscores the need for a closer examination of India’s role in the region and its impact on regional stability. It also highlights the urgency of addressing human rights violations and allegations of state-sponsored terrorism in Kashmir.
As the international community grapples with these complex issues, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s comments serve as a reminder of the importance of holding nations accountable for their actions and promoting peace and stability in South Asia.