LAHORE, Dec 17 (APP): Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has said that the anti-Muslim and notorious Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 depicted fanatic designs of Narendra Modi government.
In a statement issued here on Tuesday, he said the Indian government had launched a war against its own people by approving the anti-Muslim bill.
The black law has again exposed cruel face of so-called Indian democracy.
A vigorous protest was going on in the whole of India against the controversial law, he added.
The chief minister said that Modi was a Hindu fascist leader and a follower of Nazism.
He said the controversial law was a blatant violation of universally-acknowledged norms of human rights, adding that the Modi government played the cruel game of Muslim genocide in India after doing the same in Occupied Kashmir.
The Modi government had gone mad in its hatred towards Muslims, he lamented.
The chief minister regretted that humanity was crying in Occupied Kashmir for the last 135 days and the oppressed Kashmiris had been deprived of their fundamental rights due to cruel Indian tactics.
He said that India could not suppress the indigenous freedom movement by putting Kashmiri leaders behind bars.
The international conscience should wake up from deep slumber now over blatant human rights violations in the Occupied Kashmir, he added.
Buzdar said that Pakistanis were firmly standing with their Kashmiri brethren. Kashmiris’ peaceful struggle was aimed at the right to self-determination and durable peace could not be brought about without solving the core issue of Kashmir.