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Controversial citizenship bill promulgation in India reflects RSS agenda: Abdullah Gul

Rawalpandi:    (Parliament Times)     Chairman Tehreek-e-Jawanan Pakistan and Kashmir (TJP) Mohammad Abdullah Hamid Gul Wednesday said the controversial citizenship bill 2019 passed in the Indian Lok Sabha truly reveals the Hindu extremist Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) agenda that needs to be rolled back for regional peace.

He made these remarks while addressing a roundtable conference organized at the TJP secretariat where renowned Kashmiri leaders, scholars and party leaders were present.
Abdullah said it has exposed the real face of secular India before the world by such legislation. “This dark legislation will divide India and Modi government will not be able to save its state from debacle”, he added.

Chairman TJP Mohammad Abdullah Hamid Gul said India should not test the peace policy of Pakistan and its patience. He warned that the deteriorating situation of peace and security on the other side of Line of Control and Kashmir, could lead Pakistan and India to a nuclear war and, if so, then it would change the world's map as well.
He said the overall situation of the Line of Control and the occupied Jammu and Kashmir was very serious and infuriating. He said that India's aggressive and provocative actions have brought the entire region to the brink of war and distruction. The armed forces of Pakistan have the capability to give befitting response to any Indian aggression and misadventure. The armed forces have successfully fought against terrorism
while the credit goes to Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, the entire team and the Pakistan Army. He said that the Prime Minister of India had also stated his
terror narrative to US President Donald Trump, on which the US President also offered mediation to resolve the Kashmir dispute and Pakistan welcomed the offer while India had rejected the proposal.

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