SCO Summit Shehbaz Sharif Vs PM Modi: Pakistan PM Shehbaz Sharif Furious On India PM Modi Raised Kashmir & Indian Muslim Issue In SCO


Islamabad: Shehbaz Sharif was furious when Prime Minister Narendra Modi surrounded Pakistan on terrorism in the virtual summit meeting of Shanghai Cooperation Organization countries. Without naming India and Muslims, the Pakistani Prime Minister said that religious minorities should not be bullied by misquoting them while pursuing domestic political agenda. He also said that Pakistan is determined to fight terrorism but it should not be used as a diplomatic weapon.

Shehbaz Sharif said, ‘Terrorism in all its forms and forms, including state sponsored terrorism, must be condemned. The killing of people cannot be justified in any way. He said that Pakistan is committed to fighting terrorism but terrorism should not be used as a diplomatic weapon. He preached on the right of self-determination and the rights of minorities without naming Kashmiris.
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Without naming Kashmir, Shehbaz Sharif said, ‘Those who are under occupation should also be guaranteed basic rights and freedoms. The United Nations Security Council provides us with a solution to long-standing disputes in the region, which should be resolved immediately. Without naming Indian Muslims, he said religious minorities should not be misrepresented to further their domestic political agenda. He said that hatred should not be deliberately incited on religious grounds.

Earlier, PM Modi had lashed out at both Shehbaz Sharif and China on terrorism without taking the name of Pakistan. PM Modi had said that some countries use the border to give safe haven to terrorists. The Shanghai Cooperation Organization countries should condemn this. There should not be any double standards. Chinese President Xi Jinping was also present in this meeting.

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