Congress member wants Modi's response to Hafiz Saeed's war rants
New Delhi: A Congress member on Monday raised in Lok Sabha the issue of reported "war" rants by Pakistan-based Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed an "interference" by China in the Kashmir affairs and demanded a response from Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
"Hum Parliament mei baithe hue hain, aur (JuD chief) Hafiz bhai aur (Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz) Sharif bhai, bhai-bhai ban kar jung karne ki dhamki de rehe hai, aur
Narendra bhai chuppi sadhe hua hai (We are sitting in Parliament, and Hafiz and Sharif are displaying brotherhood and threatening a war and Narendra Modi is silent)," Chowdhury said.
He said China has also started interfering in Kashmir matter and is adopting a rude attitude.
"Chin bhi humare khilaf rukhe tewar apna raha hai aur dakhal de raha hai," he said.
Chowdhury said after Parliament held a debate on unrest in Kashmir, Home Minister Rajnath Singh visited the valley but no one knows what he got from there.
"Prime Minister should give a reply. Why does he not speak again China? He should make his government's stand clear on the issue in Parliament," he added.