India illegally using presidency by holding G20 meeting in Srinagar, says FM Bilawal

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Monday asserted that India is illegally using the presidency by holding the G-20 meeting in Srinagar.

Addressing the AJK Legislative Assembly, Bilawal said that the Kashmir issue is an internationally recognized dispute and it is India’s responsibility to create conducive conditions for meaningful dialogue on Kashmir.

He added that the party ruling in India believes in fascism and religious fanaticism. “They can drink as much tea as they want but will defend their country.”

It is to be noted that the Indian conspiracy to legalize the occupation by holding a controversial meeting of the G20 in occupied Kashmir failed.

After China and Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Egypt also refused to come to Srinagar.

A three-day meeting of the G-20 Working Group (G-20) began in occupied Srinagar today.

In occupied Kashmir, there will be a complete strike on both sides of the Line of Control today against the G-20 meeting.



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