Good relations depend on India: Bilwal Bhutto

Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilwal Bhutto Zardari said India was using terrorism to spread ‘Islamophobia’ and fuel ‘Hindu supremacy’ instead of solutions. He also questioned India’s willingness to tackle cross-border terrorism. He said that instead of solving terrorism, the Indian government is using terrorism for their political advantage.

Bilwal Bhutto said these things in an interview given to the BBC on the sidelines of a meeting of foreign ministers of the SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organization) alliance in Goa, India.

He said the strategy of using terrorism to spread ‘Islamophobia’ and corner Pakistan by fomenting ‘Hindu supremacy’ has become ‘outdated’ and ‘useless’.

He further said, ‘If we really want to stop terrorism then we need to talk about real concerns instead of ‘vain rhetoric’. We value India’s concerns. Pakistan itself has many concerns in this regard.

Bilwal Bhutto said that Pakistan itself is a big victim of terrorism. Pakistan has the highest death toll in terrorist incidents among SCO countries. Personally, I am a victim of terrorism myself.

Bilwal Bhutto’s mother and former Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto was killed by terrorists in Rawalpindi on 27 December 2007.

After almost 12 years, this is the first time that a foreign minister of Pakistan has visited India. However, Bhutto did not have any bilateral meetings with Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar or any other minister or official of the Indian government during this visit.

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