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Countries supporting India on Kashmir issue will be hit by a missile: Pakistan Minister
Naila Inayat Twitter video grab

Countries supporting India on Kashmir issue will be hit by a missile: Pakistan Minister

| @indiablooms | 30 Oct 2019, 03:46 am

Islamabad/IBNS: Despite facing humiliation at international forums, Pakistan continues its effort to attack India over the Kashmir issue as one of the country's ministers said any nation that will support India over the matter will be hit by a missile.

"In case tensions with India rise on Kashmir, Pakistan will be compelled to go to war,"  Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit Baltistan Ali Amin Gandapur was quoted as saying by the media.

"Those countries that are backing India and not Pakistan will be considered as our enemy and a missile will be fired at India and those nations supporting it," he said triggering a controversy on the Kashmir issue.

Pakistan-based journalist Naila Inayat shared a video on her Twitter page where the minister could be seen making the controversial remark.

Imran Khan at UNGA:

Attacking India and the Narendra Modi-led government on expected lines, Khan during his UNGA address in New York recently slammed the removal of special status of Jammu and Kashmir (read abrogation of Article 370) by New Delhi and continued lockdown in the region while warning of a bloodbath once the curfew is lifted in the troubled spot.

The beleaguered Pakistan Prime Minister fired on all cylinders to internationalise the Kashmir issue and even painted the spectre of a nuclear war.

"If a conventional war starts between the two countries, supposing a country seven times smaller is faced with a choice to surrender or fight to the end," he stated. "When a nuclear country fights till the end it has consequences far beyond the borders," he said.

"And then their agenda became obvious on Aug 5 when they went against all laws (and revoked occupied Kashmir's autonomy). They (India) got an extra 1,80,000 troops there, the total forces are now 9,00,000. They have put eight million people under curfew,"  Khan said in his 45-minute-long address.

"What kind of people bring in 9,00,000 troops for eight million people. These are human beings," Khan asked even as outside the UN building people from Balochistan, Sindh as well as the Muhajirs of Pakistan protested the continued repression and human rights violations by the Islamic nation.

The Indian government scrapped the Article 370 and 35A nearly two months ago.  

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