Pakistan Foreign Minister SM Qureshi makes big demand from US against India
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi makes big demand from US against India.
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi expressed concern on India‘s controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill - which excludes Muslims and targeted at curbing of minorities - and urged the US to ban Indian officials including Indian Home Minister Amit Shah.
Addressing the National Assembly, FM Qureshi said that the controversial law gave rise to a constitutional crisis in India.
“The real face of Modi has been exposed infront of the entire world while few have still chosen to close their eyes,” he expressed, adding that they always have, and will stand with Indian Muslims.
In a tweet, FM Qureshi showed concern over the “brutal and indiscriminate use of force” by the Indian government against the students of Jamia Milia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Bill.
He continued saying: “The Modi government continues to curb and undermine the rights of minorities in accordance with Hindutva Supremacist ideology.”
“Illegal annexation of Kashmir, Babri Masjid, and Citizenship Amendment Bill which excludes Muslims are all targeted towards subjugation of minorities,” he added.