New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again criticised the Indian government’s move to revoke Article 370, which gave a special status to Kashmir. Lashing India’s move Imran draws a parallel between RSS ideology and German leader Adolf Hitler.

Hitting out at the Indian government for "attempting to change the demography of Kashmir", the Pakistan Prime Minister wondered aloud, "Will the world watch & appease as they did Hitler in Munich?"

In a series of tweets, Khan said, "The curfew, crackdown & impending genocide of Kashmiris in IOK is unfolding exactly acc to RSS ideology inspired by Nazi ideology. An attempt is to change the demography of Kashmir through ethnic cleansing.

He further tweeted, "I am afraid this RSS ideology of Hindu Supremacy, like the Nazi Aryan Supremacy, will not stop in IOK; instead it will lead to suppression of Muslims in India & eventually lead to targeting of Pakistan. The Hindu Supremacists version of Hitler's Lebensraum."

 

The reaction from Pakistan PM is not new as earlier also he had questioned the Indian government’s move and said that he will take the issue to the United Nations.

On August 9, while addressing international journalists in Islamabad, he had said, "The BJP is now deploying the same mechanisms used by the Nazis in Germany. They want to create an India that is dominated by Hindus alone, and they intend to conduct a genocide against the Muslims in Kashmir."

However, the Indian government and police officials in Kashmir are constantly saying that the people of Kashmir have welcomed the move and are happy with the new provisions.

On Saturday, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) had refuted a media report which claimed that around 10,000 people were protesting in Srinagar against the Centre's move to scrap Article 370 and bifurcate the state into two Union Territories. 

The government on Friday partly restored the phone and internet services in the Valley to facilitate prayers and Eid celebrations on Monday.

Posted By: Talib Khan