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Osama bin Laden is dead but butcher of Gujarat is still alive, says Bilawal

Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari while addressing the conference in New York stated that I want to tell India that Osama bin Laden is dead but the butcher of Gujarat is still alive and is PM of India.

FM said that Osama bin Laden was never a Pakistani nor does he represent Pakistan or the Muslim world.

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Bilawal demanded to recognize Muslims as victims not perpetrators of terrorism.

Instead of victim blaming world should stand with us in tackling terrorism, said Bilawal.

He emphasized the importance of preventing terrorist organizations from gaining financial and training support from outside the country.

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“Indian administration is influenced by Hitler,” says Bilawal.

He further added that the Modi administration does not believe in Gandhi’s Ideology but rather in the doctrine of his assassination.

The foreign minister criticized India’s part in encouraging terrorism in Pakistan and claimed that terrorist groups are indeed backed by the neighbouring nation.

He claimed that foreign actors are actively attempting to sow unrest in Balochistan.

The Johar Town blast in Lahore, according to Bilawal, had clear indications of Indian participation.

He pushed for the prosecution of those guilty of Pakistan’s terrorism.

Pakistan is proud of its successes in the fight against terrorism, according to the foreign minister, as the nation has implemented the National Action Plan for counterterrorism.

He urged the international community in combating terrorism and provides financial support.

The foreign minister emphasized Pakistan’s post-flood predicament by stating that some portions of Balochistan and Sindh are still underwater.

The severe flooding harmed the fundamental infrastructure, education, and health sectors.

He urged the international community to cooperate with the Afghan interim administration.

“Primary education is legal in Afghanistan but secondary education authorization has not yet been granted,” FM added.

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