Byline: SHAFQAT ALI
ISLAMABAD -- Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said yesterday that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Hindutva ideology had divided India.
Chairing a consultative meeting comprising former foreign secretaries here, he affirmed that the fire New Delhi had lit in occupied Kashmir on August 5 had now spread across India.
The session deliberated on Indian atrocities in the held Valley and critical peace situation of the region. The foreign minister apprised the dignitaries of the letter that he penned to the United Nations Security Council president over Kashmir issue.
Qureshi said that 144 days had passed since the military clampdown by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir and people have since been kept in dark by suspending means of communication in the held Valley.
He said that the supporters of secular India were protesting against discriminatory Citizenship Amendment Act and the Modi government is committing ceasefire violations across the Line of Control to divert attention from internal turmoil.
The foreign minister stressed that Pakistan Army and people are fully...