ISLAMABAD: Federal Interior Minister, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan's reaction on Narendra Modi's statement, has irked the Bhartia Janta Party (BJP) as it has termed the counter-statement of Chaudhry Nisar, equivalent to interfering in India's internal affairs – ARY News reports.
According to details, Chaudhry Nisar's reaction reminded Modi (widely considered to be the prime accused behind anti-Muslim riots in Indian Gujrat) of the fact that it is Pakistan, not an Indian state, where he can go away with anything. Nisar had yesterday said that if a person like Modi became the Prime Minister of India, then this could lead to destabilizing the region.
With this statement, a major political party of India, BJP seems to be raged as it declared the statement equivalent to interfering in internal affairs of the neighboring state.
Yet BJP cannot be elaborated that preventing someone from any kind of undue adventure is not called interference, intrusion rather is when someone talks of attacking the other state. But, this has been a longstanding practice of Indian political parties, particularly their leaders, as recently another BJP leader, Yashwant Sinha had written a letter to Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif to save Geo TV and prevent ISI from getting Geo's license suspended.
Lost in the intoxication of power, people like Modi, must not forget that Pakistan is not just another state; it is the seventh nuclear power of the world.