PM Imran Khan makes a request to Pakistani Americans against Indian lobby in US

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PM Imran Khan makes a request to Pakistani Americans against Indian lobby in US

ISLAMABAD - PM Imran Khan makes a request to Pakistani Americans against Indian lobby in US.

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday urged the members of APPNA (Association of Physicians of Pakistani Descent of North America) to double down and ramp up their efforts to counter the Indian lobby in the US.

He urged them to raise their voice for Muslims "suffering in Kashmir and India at the hands of the RSS-led BJP government".

The premier's request came during a winter meeting of the medical association held in Peshawar.

He said APPNA is the most powerful and influential Pakistani group overseas. "You are the most educated, with the most awareness."

The premier said that the Pakistan government not only wishes to have an institutional arrangement with APPNA but to have them lobby for the country.

"India's lobby in America right now is far more powerful than Pakistan's.

India's point of view always overshadows that of Pakistan and American policies for Pakistan are affected by that viewpoint," he explained.

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