Prime Minister Imran Khan on the event of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s beginning anniversary assured minority communities that they’d be handled as equal residents in Naya Pakistan “not like what is occurring in India”.
The prime minister on Tuesday tweeted that “Naya Pakistan is Quaid’s Pakistan and can be certain that our minorities are handled as equal residents, not like what is occurring in India.”
He added that Jinnah had envisaged Pakistan as a “democratic, simply and compassionate” nation.
“Most significantly, he wished our minorities to be equal residents. It must be remembered that his early political profession was as an envoy for Hindu Muslim unity,” the premier stated, including that Jinnah’s battle for a separate nation for Muslims solely started when he realized that Muslims wouldn’t be handled as equal residents by the Hindu majority.
It’s the second time in every week that the prime minister has highlighted the therapy of minorities in India. On Saturday, the premier had asserted that Pakistan would guarantee equal rights to all minorities and present Indian premier Narendra Modi’s authorities “how we deal with the minorities in Pakistan in stark comparability to the minorities’ standing in India”.
He had stated that in India voices had been being raised in regards to the discriminatory therapy of minorities.