PTI leader jumps in with anti-Modi resolution in Punjab Assembly

PTI India

LAHORE – The leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Mian Mehmoodur Rashid, submits a resolution in Punjab Assembly to condemn the allegations of Indian premier Narendra Modi on Pakistan.

The PTI leader submitted the resolution in secretariat on Wednesday which condemned Modi’s allegation on Pakistan that it promotes terrorism.

Rashid also maintained in the resolution that India must stop supporting militancy in Balochistan. The document also demanded that Modi must vacate illegal occupation of Kashmir and rivers.

Yesterday, according to Indian media reports, Narendra Modi raised cross-border terror and the 26/11 trial as he met his Pakistani counterpart in face-to-face meeting.

Media reports also stated that Modi told Nawaz Sharif that the trial in Pakistan of those accused in the Mumbai terror attacks was ‘too slow’ and must be expedited.

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