Pakistan on Saturday came down hard on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his tweet regarding partition of the Indian subcontinent, saying that no modern state is so much in contradiction with itself as the Indian state – the so-called ‘largest democracy’.
Taking to Twitter, the Indian premier had announced that August 14 — the independence day of Pakistan — will be observed as ‘Partition Horrors Remembrance Day’.
“Partition’s pains can never be forgotten. Millions of our sisters and brothers were displaced and many lost their lives due to mindless hate and violence. In memory of the struggles and sacrifices of our people, 14th August will be observed as Partition Horrors Remembrance Day,” Modi wrote on his official handle.
Taking strong notice of the delusional tweet, the foreign office said: “As for Indian Prime Minister’s tweet about the events of 1947, no modern state is so much in contradiction with itself as the Indian state – the so-called ‘largest democracy’.”
The statement said that it is shameful that the practitioners of “Hindutva” ideology, and purveyors of hate and violence, would so hypocritically and one-sidedly invoke the tragic events and mass migration that occurred in the wake of Independence in 1947. tribune reported.
The Foreign Office also categorically rejected the ‘absurd remarks’ by the Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) denying its involvement in the recent Dasu terrorist attack.
“Fully exposed, India typically resorts to sophistry, obfuscation and re-fabrication. Bland denials and regurgitation of a false narrative, however, will not change facts,” Foreign Office spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri said in a statement.