Imran Khan Suffers Big Twitter Meltdown After India Foils Pakistan-China’s Efforts On Kashmir In UN

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan (John Moore/Getty Images)

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday (18 August) suffered a big meltdown on twitter after Pakistan and China’s joint efforts to corner India over Kashmir in the United Nations failed.

It was reported how India’s Permanent Ambassador to the UN Syed Akbaruddin in a 17 minute press conference gave a point by point rebuttal to allegations made by Pakistan and China over Kashmir at the UNSC and at the same time took questions from journalists of those countries.

As per reports, Pakistan might have been left fully isolated at the UNSC in a 14-1 manner with no other country except China agreeing to a formal effort over Article 370.

This seems to have angered Imran Khan who suffered a big meltdown and accused India of being captured by a “racist Hindu Supremacist ideology and leadership which has threatened the Kashmiris”.

Khan also talked about the “fabric of Nehru and Gandhi’s India” and also raised fears over the nuclear arsenal at India’s disposal to urge the international community to take note of the matter.

Countries like the UAE have already supported India over the issue by calling Article 370’s abrogation an Internal matter of India.

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