Bilawal condemned India’s decision to host the G20 summit in Jammu and Kashmir, which is illegally occupied by India. He also expressed concern about India’s attempts to blame Muslim countries for terrorism, despite not having any Muslim members in the Upper and Lower Houses of the Indian Parliament. He criticized the Indian Foreign Minister’s criticism of Pakistan and accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of engaging in false propaganda.
Bilawal also spoke about the importance of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the need for collective security to address terrorism. He emphasized the need to fight terrorism unitedly, separate from geopolitical partnerships. He added that his clear message is how much importance Pakistan attaches to the SCO and the need to ensure security throughout Eurasia.
Overall, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s statements reaffirm Pakistan’s position on Kashmir and call for India to create a favorable environment for dialogue, while also expressing concern about India’s attempts to blame Muslim countries for terrorism and engaging in false propaganda.