Extremist approach has gained dominance in India: Fatemi
ISLAMABAD: Special Assistant on Foreign Affairs Tariq Fatemi says the extremist approach has gained dominance in India since Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power.
He also underlined that India’s belligerent policies have endangered interests of other countries in the region.
In an interview, he said India has a track-record of sabotaging SAARC summit in all the regional countries, including Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives, which always proved a setback for region.
He said Indian claims of being champion of democracy and human rights have been shattered by its forces’ brutalities in Occupied Kashmir, which has also been noticed as well as condemned in various parts of the world.
To a question, the Special Assistant said Pakistan has taken its relationship with China to the new heights. The country’s improving ties with the Central Asian States and Russia are also not liked by some states.