Senate interior chairs blast India's anti-Muslim law.

 
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ISLAMABAD -- The Senate Standing Committee on Interior Monday strongly condemned the controversial anti-Muslim Citizenship Amendment Act that has sparked violent protests in India.

The committee that met under the chair of Senator Rehman Malik also criticized Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government for the imposition of 140-day long curfew in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

On the outset of the meeting, the chair congratulated the new Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Gulzar Ahmed for taking oath of his office. The committee expressed that the new CJP has tremendous abilities to prove himself worthy of the confidence being reposed in him by the nation.

Senator Rehman Malik said that this committee would continue to condemn Indian brutalities and urge the government to move in International Court of Justice against PM Narendra Modi for his 'crimes against humanity.' He said that Indian government by one after another action is sidelining the Muslims and other minorities to convert India into a Hindu State alone.

He informed the participants that he has written a letter to the editor-in-chief of the...

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