NANKANA SAHIB: Railroad Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad warned that Pakistan also has atomic bombs of only 125-250 grams, which can hit (and destroy) a target area.
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Speaking to the media after inspecting the building of the railway station under construction here on Sunday, he warned the Narendra Modi government of India against any eventuality. He said Modi’s fascism could be compared to that of [German Nazi party leader Adolf] Hitler or [Italian Prime Minister Benito Andrea] Mussolini, who would destroy him. He said that Narendra Modi’s ideals were contradictory to those of [Jawaharlal] Nehru and [Mahatma] Gandhi.
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Sh Rasheed said the control line and other agreements had ended with the passage of August 5 given by the Modi government. He said that India made two mistakes: first, carrying out atomic explosions with the erroneous perception that Pakistan would not; secondly, he eliminated the special status of Kashmir on August 5, believing that the cashmere would not react in this regard. He said that now Kashmir had become the hot topic of the world.
The railroad minister said that only a results-oriented dialogue could be initiated with India.
Sh Rasheed said that the teachings of Baba Guru Nanak teach the lesson of peace. He said Pakistan is following the peace policy, but that India adopted an aggressive and violent strategy in Kashmir and other parts of India. He warned Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to avoid a war, so that it is not the last between the two countries with nuclear weapons. The minister if a war were imposed in Pakistan, India would be divided into 22 parts.
APP adds: Railways Minister Sheikh Rasheed said a road was also being built from the Nankana Sahib railway station to Gurdwara Janam Asthan, which will be completed before the 550th anniversary of Baba Guru Nanak’s birth.
The minister said Prime Minister Imran Khan had raised the problem of Kashmir throughout the world in an unprecedented way.
He said, “India considers Muslims as second-degree citizens and the same situation was in Assam and other states of India,” he added.