Pakistan asks India to protect Muslim rights

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| Friday, October 9, 2015 - 18:20
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 Qazi-Khalilullah

Pakistan asks India to protect Muslim rights

Islamabad: India, which claims to be secular, should guarantee the basic rights of minorities particularly Muslims, the Pakistani government has said.
 
Geo TV quoted Foreign office spokesman Qazi Khalilullah as saying Thursday: "Attacks on Muslims on the issue of cow slaughter are beyond comprehension and a cause of concern."
 
The comment followed the September 28 killing of a Muslim man near Delhi by a mob following rumours that he ate beef.
 
The spokesman also expressed regrets that Pakistani artists were receiving threats in India. He said cultural exchanges were key to better ties between the two countries.

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Must be the joke of the century

well well, the word has finally been spoken. A country created for one religion, made sure it exterminated and converted all the other religious group to point to extinction;suppressed its own people favoring army. Now turning against the divisions with in the same religion for which it was created for is advising Indian in her affairs. The fundamentalism in the sub continent started with the Pakistan movement and continues to till day because of you guys. India has 2000 year old history of co-existence with Syrian Christians, Parsis, Jews and even later Muslims when they came as traders. You guys manage your country , if there is still one

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