Pervez Musharraf terms PM Narendra Modi 'anti-Muslim'

Musharraf terms Modi 'anti-Pakistan'
New Delhi, Oct 23: Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf on Wednesday hit out at Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and termed him 'anti-Pakistan.'

In an interveiew to Headlines Today, Musharraf said that Modi was 'anti-Muslim and anti-Pakistan'. "Modi will have to change his stance. He is anti-Muslim and anti-Pakistan," he said. He added that New Delhi was trying to destabilise Pakistan by fighting a proxy war.

Musharraf said that Pakistan was always prepared to defend its territory against any threat from India. He said that Pakistan had managed to keep a control of the emotions of Pakistanis. "Pakistan will never shy away from using its nuclear weapons against India if the need arises," he said.

Replying to Pakistan indulging in any terror activities within India, Musharraf said: "India has no proof of any Pakistani involvement."

Speaking on Kashmir issue, Musharraf said that the 'people of Pakistan were ready to sacrifice eveything for Kashmir and even blamed India for the recent aggression along the LoC.

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