Imran Khan Fires Fresh Salvo Against 'Hindu Supremacist' Modi Govt Over CAB Passage, Draws Parallels With Nazi Germany
Pakistan PM Imran Khan, CAB protests in Assam and Indian PM Narendra Modi. (Photo Credit: File Image)

Islamabad, December 12: A day after Narendra Modi-led Union government managed to pass the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019 in the Upper House amid massive uproar, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday compared the ruling dispensation with Nazi Germany and alleged that India has been moving systematically with its 'Hindu Supremacist' agenda under BJP rule. Apart from the above accusation, Khan appealed to the global fraternity to counter the 'Hindu Supremacist' agenda of Modi's India which may lead to bloodshed and war.

Expressing his opinion, the Pakistani Premier took to Twitter and wrote, "India, under Modi, has been moving systematically with its Hindu Supremacist agenda. Starting with illegal annexation and continuing siege of IOJK; then stripping 2 mn Indian Muslim in Assam of citizenship, setting up internment camps; now the passage of Citizenship Amendment Law." Guwahati Police Commissioner Deepak Kumar Shunted Out Amid Ongoing Anti-CAB Protests in Assam.

Here are his tweets:

Comparing Narendra Modi's tenure as appeasement of the genocidal Supremacist agenda of Nazi Germany eventually led to World War-II, Khan appealed to the global fraternity, "All this accompanied by mob lynchings of Muslims and other minorities in India. World must realise, as appeasement of the genocidal Supremacist agenda of Nazi Germany eventually led to WWII, Modi's Hindu Supremacist agenda, accompanied by threats to Pak under a nuclear overhang, will lead to massive bloodshed and far-reaching consequences for the world."

Stating more, he wrote, "As in Nazi Germany, in Modi's India dissent has been marginalised and the world must step in before it is too late, to counter this Hindu Supremacist agenda of Modi's India threatening bloodshed and war." CAB Passage Jolts Northeast: Why Assam and Neighbouring States Are Up in Protest Against Citizenship Amendment Bill.

Earlier on Wednesday, Pakistan Premier condemned the Modi government for passing the CAB 2019 in Lok Sabha and alleged that the bill violates all norms in the international rights law and bilateral agreements with Pakistan. Khan even called Narendra Modi government's rule as fascist and stated that it is propagating the RSS "Hindu Rashtra" design of expansionism. Guwahati: Army Conducts Flag March to Quell Anti-CAB Protests, Indefinite Curfew Continues, Mobile Internet Remains Snapped.

On Thursday, the CAB 2019 was passed in the Rajya Sabha where 125 MPs voted in its favour while 105 MPs voted against it. Following the passage of the bill, violent protests erupted in Assam where protesters vandalised Chabua and Panitola railway stations and set fire to properties there. Also, stones were pelted at the house of Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal in Dibrugarh by the protesters, due to which curfew was imposed in Guwahati and Dibrugarh. Meanwhile, the mobile internet remains suspended in Assam and the Indian Army did a flag march on Friday in Guwahati. Also, Guwahati Police Commissioner Deepak Kumar has been shunted out and transferred as the Assistant Director-General of Police (ADGP) of the Crime Investigation Department (CID).