Selin ATAY-TDO-"The world must realize that Modi's racist agenda and his threat to Pakistan with nuclear power will have far-reaching consequences," said Khan, Pakistan's Prime Minister, criticizing Modi’s bill for amending India's citizenship law.
Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan, who criticized India's bill for amending the citizenship law and deporting Muslims, said the Modi government was rapidly implementing its racist policies.
Khan stated that racist policies have also led to increased incidents of lynching against Muslims. He likened India's policy to those carried out by the Nazis before World War II, saying: "The world must realize that just as Nazi racist policies led to the Second World War, Modi's racist agenda and his threat to Pakistan with nuclear power would have far-reaching consequences.”
Khan also stressed that Modi's government had marginalized dissidents, and called international community by saying, "The world must step in against this racist agenda that could trigger a bloody war before it is too late."
In India, there is an amendment to the Citizenship Law that prevents immigrants who enter the country illegally from becoming citizens. Under the bill, Buddhist, Sikh, Jain, Parsi, Hindu and Christians fleeing oppression, especially in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan, will be able to obtain citizenship if they prove their identity and have lived in India for more than 6 years.