Pakistan Hindu Council tells India to mind its own business
ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Hindu Council told India not to interfere in Pakistan’s internal affairs over the kidnapping issue of two Hindu girls.
In a video message, PTI leader and patron-in-chief of the Pakistan Hindu Council Ramesh Kumar said that India should not interfere in the internal affairs of Pakistan, over the issue of the abduction of two Hindu girls.
He thanked Prime Minister Imran Khan for taking notice of the forcible conversion of Hindu girls. He expressed the hope that other issues relating to the rights of minorities would be solved under Prime Minister Imran Khan’s leadership.
Sushma Swaraj had sparked off a row between her and Fawad Chaudhry when she had asked the Indian high commission in Islamabad to send a report on the two missing Hindu girls that had been abducted and forcibly converted to Islam.
Fawad Chaudhry fired back at the Indian external affairs minister and told her not to interfere in Islamabad’s internal affairs.