Title: Pakistan’s Caretaker PM Calls for International Alliance to Address India’s “Rough Behavior”
In a recent address, Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaarul Haq Kakar has urged the formation of an international alliance to tackle what he perceives as India’s aggressive conduct. The call comes in the wake of the murder of a Sikh leader in Canada, and the PM has cited numerous instances of state-sponsored terrorism by India against Pakistan.
During his speech, Kakar criticized India for its treatment of religious and ethnic minorities. He accused the neighboring country of persecuting Christians, Sikhs, and Muslims. In particular, he described the persecution of Muslims in India-Occupied Kashmir as “genocide,” highlighting the atrocities committed against innocent Kashmiris.
The Caretaker PM praised Pakistan’s swift response to the Jaranwala incident, contrasting it with what he perceives as India’s passive role in the Manipur violence. He accused India of being a mere “spectator” and “accomplice” in the unrest.
On the economic front, Kakar expressed optimism about the upcoming government continuing with the existing economic plan, following his constructive discussions with the IMF managing director. He commended the caretaker government’s efforts to combat corruption, particularly against the sugar and wheat mafias, in order to provide relief to the masses.
Highlighting the need for stronger ties with the United States, Kakar mentioned the interest shown by various business bodies in Pakistan’s economic revival plans, which include privatization and the establishment of the Special Investment Facilitation Council.
The Caretaker PM also addressed Pakistan’s relations with Afghanistan, revealing ongoing efforts with the Afghan interim government to repatriate refugees. Furthermore, he refuted the notion of an isolated Pakistan, pointing to the growing interest in the country among world leaders.
Kakar shared the details of his meeting with the Iranian President, highlighting their discussions on mutual priorities and beneficial negotiations. He emphasized the desire for constructive engagement with Russia and advocated for dialogue as a solution to the Russia-Ukraine conflict, rather than a military resolution.
Lastly, Kakar assured that the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) would treat all political parties fairly during the upcoming general elections. He stated that no political party has been banned and reiterated Pakistan’s commitment to a transparent and democratic electoral process.
As tensions between Pakistan and India continue, the international community will be watching closely to see if an international alliance can be successfully formed to address the concerns raised by the Caretaker Prime Minister.
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