ISLAMABAD - Pakistan People’s Party said yesterday that the Canada row had exposed India’s terror face. Malaika Raza, the central secretary-general of the PPP for Human Rights, highlighted the recent expulsion of an Indian diplomat from Canada as evidence of India’s alleged involvement in terrorism.
“Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari of the Pakistan People’s Party echoed this sentiment, expressing international condemnation of India as the Minister of Foreign Affairs,” she said in a statement. The PPP leader said these actions have led to India being globally accused of harboring criminals. Raza emphasized that Bilawal was right to call Indian Prime Minister Narebdra Modi as the “butcher of Gujarat” to the world, and called for him to be held accountable for the violence in Hyderabad and occupied Kashmir. She also highlighted the dire situation in occupied Kashmir, describing it as the world’s largest prison with widespread human rights violations.