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Irony died many times. Imran Khan said, “Pakistan will treat minorities equal Unlike India”

You know the days for the country are not “Achhe din” when even Pakistan tries to teach India a lesson on Morality. Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said that Pakistan will treat minorities of its country as equal citizens, “unlike India.”
 
Today is the birth anniversary of Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan. Prime Minister Imran Khan wrote a number of tweets in order to commemorate Jinnah’s birth Anniversary. In his commemoration, Imran Khan also needled India for treating its minorities unequally.
 
Khan writes, “Quaid (Jinnah) envisaged Pakistan as a democratic, just and compassionate nation. Most importantly he wanted our minorities to be equal citizens. It should be remembered that his early political career was as an ambassador for Hindu Muslim unity.


His struggle for a separate nation for Muslims only started when he realized that Muslims would not be treated as equal citizens by the Hindu majority. Naya Pak is Quaid's Pak & we will ensure that our minorities are treated as equal citizens, unlike what is happening in India.”
 
Imran is making his place in news on India-Pakistan relations, since the day he became Prime Minister. First Kartarpur corridor, then allegation on Modi Govt for not taking part in diplomacy and now this.
 
Imran Khan also made some similar comments on Naseeruddin Shah controversy in which Shah replied to him, “I think Mr. Khan should be walking the talk in his own country instead of commenting on issues that don’t concern him. We have been a democracy for 70 years and we know how to look after ourselves,”
 

Quaid envisaged Pakistan as a democratic, just and compassionate nation. Most importantly he wanted our minorities to be equal citizens. It should be remembered that his early political career was as an ambassador for Hindu Muslim unity.

— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) December 25, 2018




And the irony is, Imran Khan is talking about treating people when It is not even treating Officials of the High Commision of India in Islamabad respectfully.


According to a recent report by India Today, the officials of the High Commission of India in Islamabad staying at the newly built residential complex are living in "poor condition".
 

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