Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on August 14 targeted the RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) and compared it to the 'Nazi ideology', keeping up his government's sole agenda of diverting attention away from all his country's problems to the goings-on in Kashmir. However, perhaps giving away his lack of conviction while issuing a warning to India, the clearly spooked Imran Khan stammered and stuttered what was clearly meant to be a final flourish to his Independence Day speech in the PoK Assembly.
In the speech which is being delivered in a room that lacks any hint of grandeur, Imran Khan appears to be visibly shaken, which is understandable given the bashing his country has been handed in its attempts to internationalise the Kashmir issue as well as the calling out of the Pakistan deep-state's attempts to spread fake news and propaganda amid normalcy in the state in the aftermath of the abrogation of Article 370 and Article 35A.
In yet another attempt to interfere in the internal matter of India, Pakistan PM Imran Khan echoed former Congress president Rahul Gandhi's repeated attacks against the RSS, targeting the PM Modi-led government's move to integrate Jammu and Kashmir. Speaking in Muzaffarabad on the occasion of his country's Independence day, Imran Khan appeared to focus less on Pakistan and more on India.
Responding to Imran Khan's remarks on RSS, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath slammed the Pakistan Prime Minister, saying that Pakistan is isolated, hence the PM of the neighbouring country does not care about development.
"Those who are isolated and do not care about development, I do not want to comment on them. We are the land of humanity. Always worked for humanity. We always work to fulfill human goals by diplomacy, trade and other tools," Yogi Adityanath said.