- Pakistan’s National Security Advisor Moeed Yusuf has spewed venom against PM Modi
- Pakistani NSA said that Modi is the world’s biggest fascist leader after Hitler
- Moeed Yusuf expresses concern over lack of unity in Pakistan on Kashmir issue
Pakistan’s flamboyant National Security Advisor (NSA) Moeed Yusuf has spewed venom against India and PM Modi. Pakistani NSA said on India-Pakistan relations that PM Modi is the world’s biggest fascist leader after Hitler. He expressed concern over the lack of unity in Pakistan on the issue of Kashmir and said that a consensus on the issue of Kashmir and national security is necessary to protect the highest national interest of Pakistan.
Moeed Yusuf also made a poisonous statement on Kashmir and claimed that human rights violations are taking place there. Talking to a private channel, Moid said that the government believes in consensus and dialogue to face internal and external threats in the country. Regarding the ongoing situation in Afghanistan, Moeed Yusuf said that Pakistan will not allow the new government of Afghanistan to use its land to incite terrorism in any other country.
Fawad Chaudhary’s statement on TLP was rejected
The Pakistani NSA rejected the statement of Imran government minister Fawad Chaudhry in which he had said that neither Pakistan nor the government is capable of dealing with groups like Tehreek-e-Labbaik. “I do not agree that Pakistan does not have the capability to deal with TLP,” Moid said. I had already said publicly that a red line should be drawn because the policemen who were martyred were also the responsibility of the nation.
Even before this Moeed Yusuf has given poisonous statements against India and PM Modi many times. Recently, Moeed Yusuf had said that now there will be no behind the scenes talks with India. It is believed that several top officials of India and Pakistan met several times in a third country to resume talks. The Pakistani NSA claimed that India had failed to reverse the steps taken in Kashmir in August 2019, hence no behind-the-scenes talks between the two countries.
‘Talks with India are now over’
Moeed Yusuf had said in a conversation with a Pakistani TV channel, ‘The talks with India are over now.’ He said, ‘It was India who approached us. He (New Delhi) said that we want to talk on all issues including Kashmir. Moeed Yusuf did not say when and where India had contact with Pakistan. He said, “We have clearly conveyed to India that the August 2019 move should be withdrawn to start the dialogue.”