In another instance of meddling in Indian polity, Pakistan Minister Fawad Choudhry in an unsolicited statement said that former Congress president Rahul Gandhi's would have taken a 'just stand' over the Pulwama terror attack perpetrated by Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed terror outfit, if he was elected as the leader of India, instead of PM Modi.
In the same tweet, in more exageration, Imran Khan's Minister accused Gandhi's "cowardness" for allowing India to become "extreme and fascist."
Had you been a leader and a man enough would have taken a just stand on #Pulwama Today world would have been better sans #ModiMadness Your coward politics allowed India to become a prey of Fascism and Extremism https://t.co/SHwI7L7diN— Ch Fawad Hussain (@fawadchaudhry) August 16, 2019
Choudhry's stray, and out of context tweet came in response to Rahul Gandhi condemning the arrest of Jammu and Kashmir PCC chief Ghulam Ahmed Mir and spokesperson Ravinder Sharma in Jammu on Friday.
The former Congress president said that with this action against the grand old party, the government has delivered democracy ' another blow,' moreover questioned the arrests of Opposition leaders.
I strongly condemn the arrest of our J&K PCC Chief, Shri Ghulam Ahmed Mir & spokesperson, Shri Ravinder Sharma in Jammu today. With this unprovoked action against a national political party, the Govt has delivered democracy another body blow. When will this madness end? https://t.co/1z3e7qHCDE— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) August 16, 2019
Apart from instigating cross border terrorism, Pakistan has been meddling in India's domestic affairs ever since the abrogation of Article 370.
On August 14, the Pakistani Minister engaging in communal politics, appealed to a certain section of India specifically to 'deny duty' in Kashmir. And on August 7, urged Pakistan PM Imran Khan's PTI government to cut diplomatic ties with New Delhi.
Addressing a joint session of the Parliament over the Kashmir issue, Choudhry said, "If there is no diplomacy, why is money being spent on diplomats? We should break diplomatic ties with India."
Furthermore, called Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan Ajay Bisaria the representative of a 'fascist government.' Bisaria returned to India after relationship with the neighbour further strained.