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Opposition started speaking Modi’s language, Shahryar Afridi

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QUETTA: The Pakistani statement became popular in Kashmir and the opposition started speaking Modi’s language, Shahryar Afridi

Chairman Parliamentary Kashmir Committee Shahryar Khan Afridi has said that instead of blaming the state of Pakistan and holding public rallies in the language of  Narendra Modi, the opposition should hold a debate in Parliament.

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Shahryar Afridi told the media after the grenade attack in Quetta on the occasion of his visit to Balochistan. The enemy had once again tried to destabilize Balochistan with a grenade attack which was a sign of cowardice. The enemy will fail in his nefarious plans.

He also visited the site of the grenade attack in Quetta and met the injured in the attack. He said that those who have been looting the country’s resources for decades are under the guise of the (PDM). I am trying to fool the people once again by launching an anti-government movement. We will allow the opposition to hold rallies but the opposition leaders must understand that now is the time to unite and counter India’s aggressive plans.

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He has said that the international media is calling Narendra Modi a fascist. The opposition needs to stand by the government and help with the Kashmir issue. As the Pakistani rhetoric is gaining popularity in Kashmir, opposition leaders have begun to blame the armed forces for dancing to the tune of the enemy.

Shehryar Afridi said that the development of Balochistan was a test for the coalition government.

Imran Khan would spare no effort to develop Balochistan as an attractive investment and tourism hub in the region. Pakistan is on a positive path and Imran Khan has thwarted the nefarious plans of the enemy.

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