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Imran’s Statement on CAA: 50 Crore People will be Lost their Citizenship in India

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In an interview, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan made a big statement about the Citizenship Amendment Act which came into force in India. Imran said that NRC will be brought after CAA, which will end the citizenship of 50 crore people.

There is a severe financial crisis in Pakistan. Inflation is at its peak, but Imran Khan is targeting India instead of worrying about his country. He has given a statement on the Citizenship Amendment Act implemented in India. Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said that citizenship of a large number of people will end after the Citizenship Amendment Act is implemented in India.

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is not deterring from making rhetoric in India’s internal affairs instead of worrying about his country. After the removal of Article 370 from Kashmir, Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan had raised this issue in international forums but he had to face mouth everywhere. Imran had requested from China to America. Now, Imran has given a rude statement on the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) which has come into force in India.

 

The Indian Government is putting aside Minorities: Imran

News agency IAAS quoted the report published in the Pakistani media as saying that in an interview, Imran said that the National Register of Citizens (NRC) will be created after the CAA in India and in this entire action, the citizenship of 500 million people will be lost. He said, “The Modi government in India is creating a situation of Myanmar-like violence by marginalizing minorities. Similar things happened in Myanmar, where the Myanmar government first did the registration work and then through this, Muslims were separated. Destroyed them. I apprehend that India is also going in this direction. “

 

Pakistan in FATF’s Gray List

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has already put it in the gray-list due to its support for terrorism. Pakistan was accused of supporting networks providing funds to terrorist organizations. Later, due to pressure from FATF, Pakistan took some steps to show off but it has not been able to satisfy the FATF with its action. Recently, Australia has supported Pakistan’s gray listing and said that Pakistan should be considered for inclusion in the blacklist.

 

What did Imran say about being trapped in China’s Debt Trap?

“When Imran Khan was asked whether people would like to migrate from India to Pakistan and Bangladesh after the current developments?”

In response to this question, he said that I think Bangladesh is already worried because India has already unregistered about 20 lakh people in Assam. I do not know the exact number but what will happen to so many people. Meanwhile, the Pakistani Prime Minister also dismissed questions arising on the Pakistan-China Economic Corridor (CPEC) project due to fears that China might fall into the debt trap, saying there was no basis for Pakistan’s debt trap in China.

Now, Pakistan getting stuck in China’s debt trap.

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