Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari on Tuesday inquired after Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) leader Hafiz Hamdullah.
The former foreign minister visited Mr. Hamdullah at a private hospital to inquire after Mr. Hamdullah. Mr. Bhutto-Zardari condemned the dastardly attack on Mr Hamdullah.
Mr Bhutto-Zardari urged the authorities to take strict action against terrorists and facilitators involved in terrorism.
– Rogue Hindutva Terrorist –
Mr Bhutto-Zardari said that India has become a rogue Hindutva terrorist state which is not only exporting terrorism in Kashmir and in Pakistan but they have now violated the sovereignty of a NATO member state—Canada.
Former foreign minister Bilawal said the killing of Canadian citizens was not only a violation of Canadian sovereignty but also a violation of international laws.
He urged Pakistan to go to the international community and stand with the people of Canada and highlighted the atrocities of India.
He questioned: “For how long international community especially Western countries will ignore India‘s bloopers.”
Bilawal Bhutto said the Foreign Office should speak openly about the killings in Canada
Bilawal said that the Supreme Court judicial reforms case is a very important case for the Parliament.
He said PPP CEC has authorized President Zardari regarding level playing objection and PPP demands from Muslim League Nawaz to give level playing (in the upcoming elections).
PPP chairman said inflation was a problem for the people of Pakistan and it has become difficult to bear the expenses of school fees and hospitals now people need a road map and for that, an elected government is needed.
Bilawal Bhutto said he welcomed Nawaz Sharif's return and that PMLN should do politics and face their cases like the PPP.
Canada expels top Indian diplomat over killing of Khalistan leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar
In an expected diplomatic move, Canada on Monday expelled New Delhi’s head of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW)— India's foreign intelligence agency—stationed in Ottawa accusing India’s involvement in the killing of a Khalistani leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in June.
The already strained relations between Ottawa and New Delhi took a dramatic new low.