Pakistan's Foreign Minister Bilawal Zardari Bhutto has once again spewed venom against India. Zardari alleged during an interview that Muslims in India are being persecuted by Narendra Modi's party. Bilawal has said that he was referring to "a historical fact". Last week, during a press conference at the United Nations, Bilawal called PM Modi the 'butcher of Gujarat'.
Zardari said in an interview that Muslims in India are being persecuted by Modi's party. According to Zardari, the Government of India is doing a lot of atrocities on the Muslims of Gujarat. India's PM Narendra Modi has proved him right. BJP leaders have announced a reward on his head. Even before this, Bilawal has made statements against PM Modi. Significantly, in the United Nations Security Council, Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar had made a sharp comment about Pakistan. After this, Bilawal Bhutto retaliated and said that Osama bin Laden has died, but the 'Butcher of Gujarat' is still alive. He is the prime minister of India.
Bilawal said in a conversation with Bloomberg journalist, “What I said about Indian Prime Minister Modi was a matter of historical reality, I was talking about the same thing. The comments I made were not mine. Those words were not mine, I did not invent the word 'Butcher of Gujarat' for Modi. After the Gujarat riots, only Muslims in India used that word for Modi.