Quaid knew Muslims and Hindus cannot live together: Sh Rashid.


Rawalpindi-Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rashid Ahmed said that Indian premier Narendra Modi has been fuelling terrorism in occupied Kashmir by imposing curfew and martyring innocent Kashmiris.

He added India was itself trapped in a net it spread for others by passing much controversial citizenship law sparking unrest in the whole country. 'Founder of Pakistan Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah had decided much before for a separate country for Muslims because he knew that Muslim and Hindus could not live together,' he said. Sheikh Rashid Ahmed expressed these views while addressing media men after a ceremony held in connection with Quaid's Day at Public Secretariat in Commercial Market on Wednesday.

He said tension and chaos gripped India due to erroneous policies of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Muslims living there are pinning their hopes with Pakistan for solving their problems. 'The situation in India is so critical that people are raising slogans for separation,' he said.

He said Modi and his army are involved in martyring innocent and helpless Kashmiris in Indian Held Kashmir while the world comity has been acting as a silent spectator. The federal minister predicted that India could create unrest on borders at any time and the Pakistan army and government are fully prepared to respond to any kind of Indian terrorism.

He said the government has started a special train service for the Christian sisters and brothers on the eve of Christmas. He said the people are travelling even on rooftop of the train due to space shortage.

Commenting on ongoing accountability drive by the government in Pakistan, he said democracy sans accountability is impossible. 'The name of Imran Khan is Ahtesab Khan and he will not spare any corrupt element in the country,' he said. He said PM Imran Khan would not go anywhere rather would complete his tenure.

He said the citizens of Rawalpindi have rejected those involved in money...

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