Even in the new national security policy, Pakistan has made an old melody, mentioning the Kashmir issue, as well as delirium on Hindutva
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday released the country's new National Security Policy (National Security Policy of Pakistan) for the year 2022-2026. Even in this, Pakistan has not deterred from harping on Kashmir. Apart from this, he has also babbled about the promotion of Hindutva by the Indian government. The sign is clear that there is no scope for improvement in the relationship with him, but the distance may increase further in the abusive relationship.
Like all other neighboring countries in the new policy, there is a paragraph about India too. It has been started like this, 'Pakistan wants to improve relations with India like other neighboring countries. A just and peaceful resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir issue remains its biggest aspect. Hindutva based politics in India is a matter of great concern and it affects the security of Pakistan. The adoption of aggression towards Pakistan as a political issue has posed a new threat to our eastern border. Along with this, India is rapidly accumulating weapons and is also getting equipped with modern technology, which is a cause of concern for Pakistan.
In the new policy, it has also been described as a threat to regional stability. Pakistan has also alleged that India is engaged in misleading propaganda about it. In the end, it is said that Pakistan wants a peaceful solution to all its issues with India, but India's current attitude is a big obstacle in its way. A separate paragraph has been given in the policy regarding Jammu and Kashmir, which states that a just and peaceful resolution of the issue is in the national interest of Pakistan, but the entire blame for not doing so has been blamed on India.
It is known that this is not the first time that Pakistan has tried to make the issue of Hindutva in India an issue. Three days ago, Imran Khan made such allegations on the Internet media against the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Ministry of External Affairs has responded to such allegations made by Pakistan several times in the past.