Post India visit know what Pakistan foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto said to Pakistani media
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, who was on a two-day visit to India to participate in the Shanghai Cooperation Conference (SCO), returned to Pakistan as soon as the summit was over. Bilawal has also issued a statement regarding this program from the land of Pakistan after being surrounded by the issue of terrorism at the SCO conference in India. He has termed the SCO meeting as a success for Pakistan. However, on being cornered on the issue of terrorism by India’s Foreign Minister S Jaishankar, he said that whatever he (Jaishankar) said was his wish.
Speaking on the issue of terrorism, Bilawal said that the collective security of the people is our joint responsibility. Terrorism remains a threat to global security. We should refrain from goading each other diplomatically by making terrorism a diplomatic weapon. He said that I am not speaking only as the Foreign Minister of Pakistan. Our people took the maximum casualties in the attacks. I am also speaking as a son whose mother was killed by terrorists.
It is noteworthy that S. Jaishankar had said in front of Bilawal that he has come to SCO as a spokesperson for the terror industry.
Regarding this, the Pakistani Foreign Minister said in a conversation with the media, “The victims of terrorism and those who spread it can never sit together and discuss terror. What they said is their wish. I gave my statement there and also talked to the press. Everything is on record. There is a sense of insecurity because of false propaganda. This propaganda ends when I go there and speak. This is not only on the issue of India, but on all those who associate the name of Pakistan with terrorism.