To Imran Khans reconciliation, Indian ‘loudmouths ranting to ensure hostilities: Shah Faesal
Srinagar: Pakistan’s general election may have ended with Imran Khan’s win but the heat waves seem not to have ended. After the hyper coverage by Indian media of the countries high voltage election, IAS topper Dr Shah Faesal on Friday criticised Indian media for spreading hostilities in the region.
Faesal expressed his anguish over a section of India media for their criticism to the election of Imran Khan as Prime Minister of Pakistan.
India is being shamed (internationally) by (a section of) Indian media. The neighbouring country has elected a new PM, he is talking about reconciliation, he is talking about change, but the loudmouths on this side are ranting to ensure that the hostilities continue.
— Shah Faesal (@shahfaesal) July 27, 2018
Imran Khan in his first address telecasted live by Pakistani and Indian media alike including international media houses had spoken about the Kashmir issue as well calling it a ‘core issue’ between nuclear arch rival India and Pakistan.
“Its time that we, India and Pakistan, stop this blame game and sit down on table to solve issues. If India is ready to move one step we will walk two steps,” he had said adding that Kashmiris have suffered a lot and Humar rights voilations too had been taking place in the valley.