JI rejects Nawaz-Modi friendship at the expense of Kashmiris’ blood: Siraj

LAHORE: The emir of Jamaat e Islami (JI) Siraj ul Haq Friday led a protest rally against the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and questioned PM Sharif as to what message he is conveying to the nation through his friendship with ‘killer Modi’, ARY News reported.

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According to details, JI activists at the rally chanted slogans against the visiting Indian premier. The JI emir, addressing the participants, castigated repeated attacks from the Indian side at the border since Modi takeover the office of the prime minister of India.

He said the Indian mentality is based on intolerance as the neighboring country cannot even stand the presence of Pakistani cricketers and Chairman PCB Shehryar Khan, among others.

Siraj ul Haq said his ‘party rejects PM Nawaz Sharif’s friendship with Narendra Modi at the expense of Kashmiris’ blood, for Pakistan is incomplete without Kashmir’.

He questioned that how can a person boasting to have divided Pakistan be our state guest.

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