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Bilawal believes Canada’s allegations have ‘exposed India’ to world

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PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has claimed that the recent allegations of murder against the Indian government by Canada have exposed the South Asian country.

“It is a huge allegation that the Canadian government has accused India of killing a Sikh Canadian citizen on its soil, which should have been highlighted by the media and the interim Foreign Office,” he told reporters after visiting the residence of journalist, Imdad Soomro, to condole the passing of his father on Tuesday.

“India has been exposed before the world now.”

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“It is time for the international community to accept that India has become a rogue, Hindutva terrorist state that has not only conducted terrorism in Kashmir, not only have we caught their spies involved in terrorism in our country, but they have now been caught violating the sovereignty of a NATO member state,” said the PPP chairman.

He added that it was not just a violation of Canadian sovereignty, but international law and norms. The government should call on the international community to stand with the people of Canada and highlight the atrocities of India, which he described as a “religio-fascist state,” he stated.

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