In press conference today, Federal Interior Minister Ch Nisar said life has become miserable for minorities in India.
“They are facing risks and threats under the Modi government,” he said, adding that the Indian government had erected a wall of hatred in the whole country.
“Just look at what happened in Chakwal on Monday,” he said. “A bunch of armed extremists took to the streets, marching upon a local mosque, demanding that the worshippers hand over the mosque to them. They set fire to parts of the building and attempted to seize the property, pelting stones, and with a few gunmen opening fire at the poor, innocent, and unarmed devotees. One of the extremists even climbed the dome and planted a flag, claiming their right over the mosque. Such acts are deplorable and they undermine the minorities’ rights in India.”
When prompted that Chakwal was, in fact, in Pakistan and Pakistani Muslims had attacked a Pakistani Ahmedi Muslims’ mosque, Nisar replied, “Please don’t try to convolute the issue. There are no such things happening in Pakistan.”
Even Nisar’s toupee looked uncomfortable, as the media went into an uproar at this statement.
“It’s all happening in India and everything is fine in Pakistan,” Nisar continued. “Please stop ruining Pakistan’s image by reporting such nonsense and focus all your attentions on talking about how India, Afghanistan, and another third force are all working to weaken our integrity and sovereignty.
“If you all had focused more on maligning India rather than reporting on such non-issues as the so-called Shia genocide, alleged persecution of the Ahmadis, the fake honor killings and non-existent acid attacks, none of this would be happening today. India would have been destroyed, we would have been leaders of the Ummah, and Islam would have already been saved. Twice.”
Nisar quickly left, but not before his hairpiece gave a nervously apologetic and embarrassingly dismissive shrug to the audience.
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