Prime Minister Imran Khan has made it unequivocally clear that he will not meet with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, given the actions of the latter in occupied Kashmir.
"There is no doubt that I will meet with Prime Minister Modi," the Prime Minister said in his interview with CNN & # 39; s Christiane Amanpour, which aired on Friday.
"This is just a mentality that believes in Hindu superiority, that does not believe in other minorities […] religions are the same, "he told the journalist.
He said that only that mentality could have done what is being witnessed in occupied Kashmir. "How could anyone do this to other human beings?"
The prime minister continued by saying that the world would have even reacted if there had been animals locked up for more than 50 days without hospitals for them.
Amanpour then asked the prime minister why he believes there has been no reaction, citing the international uproar over the annexation of Crimea by Russia as an example, after which sanctions were imposed on Russia.
In response, the prime minister said he had informed many world leaders of the actions of India and reminded them that there are 11 United Nations resolutions that grant cashmere the right to self-determination.
"Many people did not realize this. Even those who realize, they see India as a market of 1.2 billion people. [for] trade and so on. And this is the sad thing: [valuing what is] material about humans. "
Commenting on the mediation offer by US President Donald Trump, the prime minister said "President Trump, [as] the head of the most powerful country in the world [is] better placed to do something like this. "
He said that although Trump has made the offer several times, Modi has rejected it every time, "because at the time this is internationalized, [countries] he will realize that the cashmere were denied their right to self-determination. "
"They will know about the human rights abuses that are happening in Kashmir," he added.
He said Modi does not want international mediation and tells the international community that it is a bilateral problem and when Pakistan opposes its actions, India qualifies them as an internal problem, with all parties in the dispute "going around."
The prime minister expressed the hope that eventually the international community "will move because this will become a critical point."
He said that India was "diverting the attention of the world" from Kashmir and telling the world that "Kashmir really wants this and Pakistan is a key in the works by sending terrorists."
The prime minister said that the goal was to divert attention from what will be a massacre and that the mantra used is that "it is Islamic terrorism."
"Islamic terrorism since September 11 has meant that the world simply looks the other way. You can violate all human rights. You can do anything."
He stressed that Pakistan has nothing to gain by sending "500 terrorists" [to India] but that "under the pretext of & # 39; chasing the terrorists & # 39; there would be more oppression [by India] of the people of Kashmir. "
The prime minister added that attention would also be diverted to Pakistan. He said that this was the reason why he had explicitly told the nation that anyone who goes to Kashmir "will be an enemy of Pakistan and [an] enemy of the cashmere. "
He also talked about how, after Pakistan's peace gesture of returning the pilot from India after the February 27 incident, "so that things do not get out of control", the entire election campaign of Narendra Modi depended on how " Pakistan is so afraid of [him]"and rhetoric like" I will teach Pakistan a lesson. "
"In six years, India has changed and I fear it will change even more quickly. That is why I call it appeasement. The world has to take a stand."
"Currently, you cannot put 8 million people in jail and surround them with 900,000 soldiers," he said, and asked the world to realize that oppression should not be allowed.