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Islamabad: Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari referred to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the butcher of Gujarat and Jammu and Kashmir.
"Modi is an extremist and there should be no hope attached to him," Bilawal said while addressing a rally on Sunday.
He said the Indian Prime Minister blames Pakistan so that he could divert attention from atrocities being committed in Kashmir, Geo TV reported.
The PPP Chairman highlighted the plight of the Kashmiris, saying they were struggling for their right to self-determination. He regretted that some parties had boycotted the joint session of parliament on the Kashmir issue.
In his address, he put forward four demands to the government and said that he would announce a long march on December 27 if they were not fulfiled.
The first demand of the PPP Chairman was the formation of a new parliamentary committee on national security; the second was for the passage of his party's bill on Panama Papers; the third was implementation on former President Asif Zardari's resolution on the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC); and the fourth demand was the immediate appointment of a foreign minister, Geo News reported.
Referring to the show of strength during the rally, Bilawal said this was just the trailer.
"The party has just begun," he added.
Bilawal also criticised Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's policies, stating they were the reason Pakistan has been weakened.