Speaking at the United Nations General Assembly, Pakistan PM Imran Khan alleged that Indian actions in Kashmir have resulted in 'radicalisation of people' and warned for far-reaching consequences of war

New York: In his speech at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), Pakistan PM Imran Khan, on Friday, said that India went 'against' its constitution and abrogated Article 370. Claiming that New Delhi had placed 8 million Kashmiris under curfew, Khan blamed the global community for 'not acting against India, a huge market', Khan alleged that people in Kashmir have been 'boxed'. 

Referring to India and Kashmir, Khan made mention of Kulbhushan Jadhav as a 'spy' and blamed India for jeopardised relations between the two countries. Khan had earlier said that he will 'forcefully' raise the Kashmir issue and blamed India for pushing Pakistan towards Financial Action Task Force (FATF) blacklisting.

Blaming 'Islamophobia' for the marginalisation of Islamic countries and in turn leading to radicalisation, Khan urged the world leaders to address the issue. In an impromptu speech, Khan said, " After 9/11 Islam was associated with terrorism because of the suicide attacks. No one blamed Hinduism. Quite rightly. What would Hinduism do with attacks."

"We did not explain to the west that there is nothing called Radical Islam," he added.