BJP will protest against Pakistan across the country on Saturday (representational photo).
New Delhi :
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will hold a nationwide protest on Saturday, 17 December.
This protest will be against Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto's extremely shameful and derogatory remarks on PM Narendra Modi.
Protests will be held in all state capitals across the country.
During this, BJP workers will burn effigies of Pakistan and its foreign minister.
BJP has said that the remarks of Pakistani Foreign Minister are shameful, highly derogatory and full of cowardice.
This statement has been given only to remain in power and save the government.
His statement is misleading the world and has come with the aim of diverting the attention of the world from the declining economy of Pakistan.
The BJP has said that the anarchy in Pakistan and growing dissension in the Pakistani army, along with its deteriorating global relations, is also a fact that Pakistan has become a major sanctuary for terrorists.
What else can be expected from the Foreign Minister of Pakistan?
His thinking reflects the desperation and mental bankruptcy of his government.
The BJP said in a statement that on one hand we have our Prime Minister Narendra Modi, under whose leadership India has made an indelible mark on various global platforms, and on the other hand there is Pakistan which has faced ridicule and humiliation at various international forums. .
On one hand India's foreign policy is being appreciated globally, on the other hand Pakistan is facing opposition.
Significantly, Pakistan's Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto has made very objectionable remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the United Nations.
He has said that, "Osama bin Laden is dead, but the butcher of Gujarat is alive."
Bhutto has said this while reacting to India calling Pakistan a 'centre of terrorism'.
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