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Spooked Imran Khan Expresses 'concern' Over Modi Govt’s Control Over India's Nuclear Arsenal

Written By Suchitra Karthikeyan | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan took to Twitter to express his 'concern' over minorities in India claiming 'ethnic cleaning ideology' of the BJP
  • He fearmongers over the fact that the Modi's government with its 'Hindu Supremacy ideology' controls India's nuclear arsenal which he claims poses a threat to the world
  • Earlier on Friday, Pakistan failed to rile up the international community at the close consultations at United Nations Security Council (UNSC) through China on Kashmir

Admitting his fear of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Centre, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, on Sunday, took to Twitter to express his 'concern' over minorities in India claiming 'ethnic cleaning ideology' of the BJP.

Imran Khan's 'Nuclear' concern

He goes on to fearmonger over the fact that the Modi's government with its 'Hindu Supremacy ideology' controls India's nuclear arsenal which he claims poses a threat not only to the Indo-Pak region but the world.

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Imran Khan accepts UNSC decision

This admission comes a day after Khan had to accept the UNSC's decision to solve the Kashmir issue bilaterally with India. In a tweet, the Pakistani Prime Minister said that he "welcomed" the UNSC meeting to discuss the "serious situation" in Jammu and Kashmir, further adding that it was the first time in half a decade that this issue was taken up. 

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India wins big at UNSC

Earlier on Friday, Pakistan failed to rile up the international community at the close consultations at United Nations Security Council (UNSC) through China by fearmongering over the abrogation of Article 370.  India's UN representative Syed Akbaruddin shared that the UNSC appreciated India's effort to resolve the Kashmir issue. He also added that India's stance remains the matters related to article 370  were internal to India though two states tried to pass it off as the will of the international community.

"At the UN Security Council's closed consultations we noted that the two states who made national statements tried to pass it off as the will of the international community. Our national stance was and remains that matters related to article 370 in the Indian Constitution is entirely an internal matter. These have no external ramifications," he said.

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