India rejects Pakistan's cost of discrimination towards Muslims

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi. India on Sunday rejected Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan's allegation that Muslims have been being focused within the nation underneath the quilt of the Coronavirus epidemic.

External Affairs Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava, whereas revealing Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan, stated, "This" unusual remark of the Pakistani management "diverts the attention of the people by" poor efforts to take care of the interior state of affairs of Pakistan ". Try it.

In reality, Khan tweeted that he accused the Indian authorities of intentionally focusing on the Muslim neighborhood within the guise of the Corona virus disaster. <! –

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A Foreign Ministry spokesman stated, "Instead of focusing on the elimination of Kovid-19, they (Pakistani leadership) are making baseless allegations against their neighbors."

He was responding to questions requested by the media concerning Khan's remarks. Srivastava stated, "In the case of minorities, the advice to them (Pakistani leadership) is that they should take care of the minority communities which are actually being discriminated against."

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