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Concerned over anti-Islam, anti-Pakistan statements in Indian election, Ishaq Dar

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Concerned over anti-Islam, anti-Pakistan statements in Indian election, Ishaq Dar

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ishaq Dar expressed concern over the anti-Islam and anti-Pakistan statements during the Indian election.

Ishaq Dar says that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had assured the Prime Minister to visit Pakistan in Ramadan. It is hoped that the Saudi Crown Prince will visit Pakistan this month.

Deputy Prime Minister Ishaq Dar held a press conference at the Foreign Office Islamabad after attending the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) meeting.

On this occasion, he said that the statements against Islam and Pakistan during the Lok Sabha elections in India are worrying.

The foreign minister added that I had three agendas, Palestine, Occupied Jammu and Kashmir and Islamophobia. There will be no peace in the Middle East until a Palestinian state is established.

He also said that there should be an immediate ceasefire in Gaza and the immediate return of displaced Palestinians to their homes should be ensured.

Ishaq Dar said that our agenda in OIC was to raise voice on atrocities in Gaza, Kashmir issue and Islamophobia.

He said that due to the engagement of the Prime Minister in the country, I had the duty of representing Pakistan in the summit conference.

The Deputy Prime Minister said that he represented Pakistan at the OIC Foreign Ministers meeting in the capital of Gambia on May 3, met the OIC Secretary General on his way.

He said that he met the Secretary General OIC in detail, I represented Pakistan in the OIC meeting in Gambia.

Ishaq Dar said that a delegation headed by the Saudi Minister of Investment came to Pakistan.

He said that the meeting held in Riyadh was to reframe the global health agenda and climate change, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif was accompanied by me and other ministers.

The Foreign Minister said that the Prime Minister went to Saudi Arabia on a two-and-a-half-day visit, Shehbaz Sharif had meetings with the Malaysian Prime Minister and IMF MD and Bill Gates.

He said that during the visit, the Prime Minister had a meeting with the Saudi leadership, in which various issues were discussed including the economic recovery of Pakistan. After the meeting with the Saudi leadership, the Saudi delegation came to Pakistan.

Ishaq Dar said that I had a meeting with the Foreign Minister of Malaysia and Saudi Arabia, in which we talked about working together in the future.

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