Pakistan PPP Rally After Row Over Minister Bilawal Bhutto’s Remarks On PM Modi BJP Protest Against Bilawal

Pakistan Bilawal Bhuttos Rally: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto’s party (PPP) is going to take out rallies across Pakistan on Sunday (December 18). According to media reports, these rallies will be taken out in support of Bilawal Bhutto who spews venom against India. On Saturday, the BJP surrounded Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto over his controversial remarks against Prime Minister Modi. A nationwide protest was held in India against Bilawal Bhutto.

A day ago, BJP workers and leaders in India burnt the effigy of Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto at many places and raised slogans. BJP workers also demonstrated near the Pakistani embassy.

Rallies in support of Bilawal Bhutto

Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) is taking out rallies on Sunday in support of Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto. There is a plan to take out this rally in support of Bilawal Bhutto all over Pakistan. In a press conference on the sidelines of the UN Security Council session in America, Bhutto told the Government of India to be influenced by Hitler instead of Mahatma Gandhi. The Foreign Minister of Pakistan had also made an indecent comment about PM Modi’s RSS.

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Comment on PM Modi and RSS

Bilawal Bhutto had said, “There was a ban on entering America until Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of India. He is the Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of the RSS. The RSS takes inspiration from Hitler.” These comments came after Bilawal’s Indian counterpart S Jaishankar called Pakistan the epicenter of terrorism. India’s Ministry of External Affairs strongly condemned Bhutto’s comments. Bilawal Bhutto, son of former PM of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto, is currently the President of PPP and also the Foreign Minister of the country.

The jackal of Pakistani minister

At the same time, Pakistan’s minister Shazia Marri threatened India with an atomic bomb. He has said that our nuclear status is not for silence. Shazia Marri said, ‘We are not complaining against India, but we have a complaint against the current Modi government in India. You will keep making allegations against Pakistan again and again and if Pakistan keeps listening silently, then this is not going to happen.

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