- Pak PM Imran Khan spews venom against RSS and Modi government
- Imran said at Islamabad Conclave 2021 – RSS’s Brahmin ideology is divisive
- He accused the Modi government of not talking, also chanted Kashmir melody.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again spewed venom against the Modi government and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) while chanting the Kashmir rage. While addressing the Islamabad Conclave 2021, he said that the ideology of RSS based on Brahmins treats 50-60 crore minorities of India as second class citizens. Not only this, Imran Khan called Kashmir a threat to the stability of South Asia.
‘Kashmir issue held South Asia hostage’
Imran Khan in his speech on the regional situation said that the whole of South Asia is being held hostage by the issue of Kashmir. I have to say with great regret that we tried our best to contact the Government of India, but did not get any positive response. We also called up PM Modi, but we gradually realized that this was being considered as our weakness.
Imran said – difficult to follow from India
He said that unfortunately we were not in talks with a normal Indian government but with the ideology of RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) and it is very difficult to negotiate with this ideology. He further said that whoever has read the ideology of RSS, looking at the statements of its founder, it is difficult for such people to have a real conversation with us.
‘RSS ideology focused on Brahmins’
Imran said that what is happening in India is not only our misfortune, especially not even the misfortune of Kashmir, but it is the great misfortune of the people of India. If there is such a big country, there are at least 50-60 crore minorities in it. The ideology of the RSS which is centered on Brahmins… Brahmins is expelling 50-60 crore people. Imran claimed that the marginalization of certain social classes would have a serious impact on Indian society and others.
Pak PM claims – marginalized people become fundamentalists
Pakistani PM said that history tells us that when you throw people out, you [लोगों] marginalize them and then you radicalize them too. Imran said that in his view, problems solved through military means and wars were subject to miscalculation. Those who decide to solve problems through war have two traits: they do not learn from history and are proud of their weapons.