Indian opposition leaders trolls Modi after PM Imran’s peace talk remarks
NEW DELHI: Indian opposition leaders trolled Narendra Modi following Prime Minister Imran Khan’s remarks that he sees a better chance of peace talks with New Delhi if Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) wins general election.
Leaders from Congress, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Indian-Occupied Kashmir politicians, Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti, were among those who questioned Indian premier over PM Imran’s statement.
“Pakistan has officially allied with Modi! A vote for Modi is a vote for Pakistan,” tweeted Congress spokesperson Randeep Sing Surjewala. “Modi-ji, first Nawaz Sharif, now Imran Khan is your friend. The secret is out,” he added.
Pak has officially allied with Modi!
‘A vote for Modi is a vote for Pakistan’, says Pak PM Imran Khan
मोदीजी, पहले नवाज़ शरीफ़ से प्यार और अब ईमरान खान आपका चहेता यार!
ढोल की पोल खुल गयी है।
— Randeep Singh Surjewala (@rssurjewala) April 10, 2019
Former occupied Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah also took to Twitter and said: “So much for Modi Sahib telling country only Pakistan and its sympathisers want BJP to lose. Imran Khan has just endorsed him for a 2nd term”.
So much for Modi Sahib telling the country only Pakistan & its sympathisers want BJP to lose. Imran Khan has just endorsed him for a 2nd term – BJP election win will boost chances of Pak-India talks: Imran | The Express Tribune https://t.co/tagBzQr5kY
— Omar Abdullah (@OmarAbdullah) April 10, 2019
Mehbooba Mufti, leader of PDP and a former BJP ally, remarked: “Bhakts scratching their heads and at wit ends wondering if they should praise Imran Khan or not.”
Bhakts scratching their heads & at wit ends wondering if they should praise Imran Khan or not. 😷 https://t.co/V4pv4u4vgn
— Mehbooba Mufti (@MehboobaMufti) April 10, 2019