On Eid, Pakistani PM Shehbaz Sharif discusses Palestine and Kashmir issues.

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Pakistan’s prime minister, Shehbaz Sharif, once again ludicrously linked Kashmir to Palestine while wishing everyone a happy Eid ul-Fitr.

The controversial statement was made by the premier of Pakistan in a lengthy post on X, formerly known as Twitter. According to Sharif’s post, Kashimirs and Palestinians are experiencing the “worst kind” of horrors.

The leader of the financially constrained country posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, “On the joyous occasion of Eid ul-Fitr, I would like to express my felicitations to my fellow countrymen residing both at home and abroad, as well as to the entire Muslim community.”

Additionally, I implore Muslims everywhere to keep in mind their brothers and sisters in Kashmir and Palestine, who are experiencing the worst crimes of

After winning the prime ministership, Sharif took some time to address the two concerns in his victory speech to the Pakistani parliament. “Let us unite and the National Assembly should adopt a resolution advocating for the liberation of Palestinians and Kashmiris,” he declared.

India responded sharply to Pakistan in February when the latter raised the Kashmir dispute at the UN. In using its “Right to Reply,” India denounced the nation for having “abysmal human rights records.”

Pakistan has institutionalised the “systematic persecution of its minorities,” First Secretary Anupama Singh noted while discussing the issue during the High-Level Segment of the 55th Regular Session of the UN Human Rights Council.

“We note that it is deeply unfortunate that the Council’s platform has once again been misused to make patently false allegations against India, with regard to the extensive references to India made by Pakistan,” Singh stated during the UNHRC session.

“The constitutional measures implemented by the Indian government to guarantee socio-economic development and good governance in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir are matters internal to India,” the speaker continued. “The entire Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh is an integral and inalienable part of India.”

Pakistan conveniently ignores the horrors minorities endure within its borders, even as it keeps up its propaganda about the circumstances in Gaza.

Radical gangs in Pakistan have destroyed a number of houses of worship that belonging to minority communities, including Christians, Hindus, and even Ahmadiyyas, in the course of a few months.

About 129 persons were detained by the Pakistani police in August 2023 for their roles in the vandalism of five churches in Faisalabad.

Extremist organisations have accused minorities of blasphemy on multiple occasions, which is a crime that carries a death sentence.

As a result, the state of minorities in the nation is still appalling.

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