ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan criticised his Indian counterpart Modi on Saturday, stating that his fascist policies in the country were the "biggest threat to regional peace".
Taking to Twitter, PM Imran tweeted the cover of the latest edition of The Economist which criticises the Modi government's policies. The prime minister said that the world was acknowledging the "anti-democratic and fascist ideology" being imposed in occupied Kashmir and India.
"The world is now acknowledging the anti-democratic and fascist ideology being imposed in IOJK and in India. This is the biggest threat to regional peace and stability. Already 8 million Kashmiris & Muslims in India are suffering because of Modi's fascist policies," he tweeted.