Pakistan Furthers Tirade Over CAB, Minister Sheikh Rashid Says 'Our Responsibility to Stand With Muslims of India and Kashmir'
Pakistan Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmad, CAB protests and Indian PM Narendra Modi. (Photo Credit: PTI/IANS)

Islamabad, December 14: Pakistan Federal Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmad on Saturday joined the bandwagon with his Prime Minister Imran Khan and compared the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Mussolini Hitler. Ahmad also alleged that the way Modi government is creating problems for Indian Muslims, differences between India and Pakistan will increase which might lead to a war between both the countries.

Expressing his opinion the the current violence and protests in India against the recently passed Citizenship Amendment Act 2019, Rashid said, as news agency ANI quotes, "It's our responsibility to stand in solidarity with Muslims of Kashmir&India.The way India's Modi Mussolini Hitler is creating problems for Indian Muslims, differences between India and Pakistan will increase which might drag both countries to a war." Imran Khan Fires Fresh Salvo Against 'Hindu Supremacist' Modi Govt Over CAB Passage, Draws Parallels With Nazi Germany.

Here is the ANI Tweet:

Earlier on Thursday, Imran Khan had expressed similar opinion and compared the ruling dispensation in India with Nazi Germany and alleged that India has been moving systematically with its 'Hindu Supremacist' agenda under BJP rule. Khan had also appealed to the global fraternity to counter the 'Hindu Supremacist' agenda of Modi's India which may lead to bloodshed and war.

He had said, "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."

It is to be known that on Thursday midnight, President Ram Nath Kovind gave his assent to the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill, which was passed in Rajya Sabha with a voice vote -- 125 in favour and 105 against -- on Wednesday. Following this, violent protests began in North-East and companies of Army were deployed by Centre. Even curb on internet was imposed, which was further extended till December 16.