Musharraf warns Modi's India: Don't treat us like Nepal or Bhutan

New Delhi: The recent Uri attack has brought relations between India and Pakistan to a new low. After speeches at the United Nation, India has hardened its stand and Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided to pull out from SAARC Summit to be held in Islamabad. India's decision to pull out of SAARC Summit has irritated Pakistan to a great extent.

Meanwhile, former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has said, “Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi always hits at Pakistan and seeks war with us. He should stop treating us like Nepal or Bhutan.”

Musharraf also said, “If Kashmir issue is addressed effectively, it will also end terrorism,” adding the former prime ministers Vajpayee and Manmohan had sincerity and wanted to move forward in a peaceful manner. But that is not the case with the current Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He is always slamming Pakistan.”

Musharraf further said, “Modi has appointed Sushma Swaraj as the external affair minister who was the information minister in the Vajpayee ministry. When I visited India, she used to lash at me every now and then. While we were forwarding in the positive direction, she would criticise us and now she is hitting at Pakistan at the UN platform. I want to congratulate PM Modi for appointing Sushma Swaraj who always hits at Pakistan.”

“Sushma Swaraj is claiming at the UN platform that the entire Kashmir belongs to India,” said the former Pakistan President.

“Modi government is maintaining a dual relationship with Pakistan. Whenever he wishes, he visits Pakistan, exchanges gifts and wishes Nawaj Sharif on his birthday. And, soon after blames Pakistan for any terror activity in India. He is spoiling Pakistan's relations with Afghanistan and causing extremism in Balochistan. He is involved in Pakistan bashing. How can relation between two countries go smoothly in such an environment? By doing this, Modi is suppressing the main issue and trying to dominate Pakistan, said Musharraf.