Pak premiere Imran Khan talks yet again on ‘minorities’ and treating them right

The minorities related jibe continues between India and Pakistan.

In the latest, the Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again said that country’s founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah was an ambassador of Hindu-Muslim unity.

Imran Khan took to social media platform Twitter on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Jinnah.

The Pakistan PM faced a backlash from Indians over his remark as it lacked credibility that comes from being backed by history and records.

Not only was Pakistan’s Punjab governor Salman Taseer killed by radicals for defending the minorities, but a Christian woman Asia Bibi’s trial on Blasphemy charges in Pakistan have also rocked the world too.

Pak PM Imran Khan, however, continued to praise Jinnah’s contribution towards equal rights to all citizens in Pakistan and said the Islamic nation treats everyone equally, “unlike India”.

In a scathing attack at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the National Democratic Alliance government, Khan had on December 22 passed a remark saying he will “show” the Indian government “how to treat minorities”.

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