Modi Aggressive Tone Now Causing Big Trouble For India

Modi Aggressive Tone Now Causing Big Trouble For India|

Modi Aggressive Tone Now Causing Big Trouble For India|

ISLAMABAD – Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s aggressive tone is now causing a big problem for India as Pakistan has decided to bring the case in front of United Nations (UN).

Sartaj Aziz, National Security and Foreign Affairs advisor to Prime Minister of Pakistan has confirmed the news as he said that Pakistan had decided to bring the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement to the notice of the UN.

Aziz made these remarks while talking to the media here in Islamabad during 10th meeting of heads of the Higher Education Commission of SAARC nations.

He said Pakistan desires to resume dialogue with India with particular focus on resolving Kashmir and water issues.

Aziz said Pakistan will also raise these issues on the platform of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) meeting to be held in Jeddah.

Pakistan and India have been involved in a war of words recently with leaders from both sides exchanging sharp comments.

It is pertinent to mention here that in his statement, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had admitted that they played a part in the break-up of Pakistan in 1971.

Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif attacked the “irresponsible and imprudent” statements from the Indian political leadership and had vowed to protect his country’s “vital interests at all costs”.

Furthermore, Houses of Pakistan’s Parliament, the Senate and the National Assembly, had unanimously passed resolutions condemning the remarks of Indian leaders.

It is worth mentioning here that few days ago Indian PM while addressing to the ceremony at Bangladesh’s capital, Dhaka, accepted officially that India was practically involved in 1971 war against Pakistan.

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