Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari lashed out at Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on April 30, and accused him of back-pedalling on the Kashmir issue because of his “friendship” with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi with his Pakistan counterpart thehindu
Addressing a meeting at Kotli in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir in connection with the forthcoming state legislative assembly elections, the PPP leader said he will never remain silent over the rights of Kashmiris. “We are beside you and we will remain beside you in your each struggle,” he said.
Bhutto tweeted this image at his rally in Koti BBhuttoZardari/Twitter
“Whenever I speak of the Kashmiris, Modi government and the Indian media start propaganda (against me). They burn our pictures, hack our party’s website because they know that Bhutto’s voice is heard across the globe,” he said.
The young PPP leader whose party is currently in power in Pakistani Kashmir, blamed Sharif of using political power to build a “business empire.”
Bilawal also demanded the resignation of Sharif over the revelations in the Panama Papers leaks.