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Bilawal says India becoming Hindu supremacist

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto has stated that India was becoming Hindu supremacist at the cost of its religious minorities.

In an interview with France 24, Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto discussed the flood situation in Pakistan.

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When asked about the flood conditions in Pakistan. He stated, “We are still in an active disaster at the moment, unfortunately.”

He further said that the scale of the climate catastrophe in Pakistan was “truly apocalyptic”.

In addition to it, Bilawal said that almost 1/3rd the population of the country was affected and nearly 1,500 died because of a disaster they did not even cause. He stated that the disaster had caused serious health and food scarcity issues and Pakistan needed almost $30 billion in aid to tackle these issues.

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Regarding relations with India, Bilawal condemned the country’s government as “racist “and “Islamo-phobic”.

He said that the India of today was a changed India and was no longer the secular India promised by its founding fathers. He added that it was increasingly becoming Hindu supremacist at the cost of its minorities both in India and in occupied Kashmir.

He also expressed his gratitude towards the states that have offered help to Pakistan.

Regarding Afghanistan, Bilawal Bhutto stated that the Taliban had breached their commitments to the outside world, making it impossible for the global community to recognize their government. He expressed his sadness that despite their promises, they had not let girls attend high school.

Following the question about the UN Human Rights Secretariat report on the situation in Xinjiang. He said, “We have to be fair and unbiased in our approach, and we can’t pick and choose in such situations. As per this particular situation, the foreign ministry of Pakistan has made its position clear. We welcome the Chinese desire to engage with not only the UN but with the world community,” he said.

On the issue of Masha Amini’s death, the foreign minister stated that he trusted Iran’s Foreign Minister who said he would conduct a thorough investigation into the circumstances of her death.

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