RAWALPINDI: Director General Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Thursday said that India should first look inwards and protects its citizens before pointing fingers at Pakistan, ARY News reported.
Reacting to Indian COAS’ statement that Pakistan needs to be a secular country to have better ties with India, the army’s spokesman said that India, before advising Pakistan on policy matters, should first turn into a truly secular state.
He maintained that foreign office had aptly responded to Indian COAS statement and had reminded that Pakistan is and will remain an Islamic state.
He added that Pakistan, being an Islamic state, protects the rights of its minorities but India, which claims to become a secular state, saw incidents like Babri Masjid demolition.
“Muslims are living there (India) in a deplorable condition, so I will suggest them to look inwards and put their own house in order,” said Asif Ghafoor.
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