“People think we are not a responsible nation,” says Pak minister Brigadier Ijaz Ahmed Shah over Kashmir

The minister stated, "The decision world-class has pulverized the nation. The decision world-class of this nation decimated the name. Individuals think we are not a genuine country."

In a noteworthy humiliation for the Imran Khan-drove government, a Pakistani minister asserted that Islamabad has neglected to earn the ideal help from the worldwide network on Jammu-Kashmir after New Delhi revoked arrangements of Article 370.

Talking on a syndicated program on Pakistani news channel Hum News on Wednesday, Pakistan's Interior Minister Brigadier Ijaz Ahmed Shah involved the "administering exclusive class" for "annihilating" the picture of the nation.

A Twitter client shared a cut-out of the syndicated program on the small scale blogging stage:

"Individuals don't trust us in the worldwide network. We state they [India] force-time limit and are not offering medications to individuals of Jammu and Kashmir. Individuals don't trust us, yet they trust them," Shah said.

The priest included, "The decision world-class has obliterated the nation. The decision first class of this nation devastated the name. Individuals think we are not a capable country."

At the point when asked whether Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, previous prime minister Benazir Bhutto, previous President Pervez Musharraf were a piece of the decision tip-top, the previous government operative boss stated: "Everybody is mindful. Pakistan should now do a spirit looking."

New Delhi next hit back saying a "created story" on Jammu and Kashmir has originated from "the focal point of worldwide psychological warfare" and from a country, which behaviors cross-outskirt fear-mongering as a type of 'interchange discretion.

by Ishan Soni | Fri, Sep 13 - 03:56 PM

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