Imran Khan warns about the repetition of the Myanmar-style genocide in India

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has warned the international community that the BJP in India he was preparing to repeat a genocide in the style of Myanmar and the exclusion of its minority population.

In an exclusive interview with the Turkish news agency Anadolu Agency, Khan said that up to 500 million people will be excluded from the citizenship list under India's new controversial citizenship law, which can be followed by the update of the.

This is exactly what happened in Myanmar when they began the registration law, and this is how they excluded the Muslims and then the genocide took place. I'm afraid that is where he is going in India, ”said Khan.

Responding to a question regarding the possibility of an influx of immigrants into Pakistan and Bangladesh from India in the wake of current developments, Khan said: “Bangladesh has already refused to take anyone who has been excluded from the citizenship list in the northeastern Indian state of .”

“I think Bangladesh is already worried because in Assam they killed almost two million people. I don't know the exact number, but what will happen to these people, ”the prime minister asked.

He also rejected criticism of the China- Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and brushed aside apprehensions about China’s debt. “So, this thing is quite unfounded that Pakistan is getting into a debt trap of China (sic),” Khan said.

During the interview, Khan spoke on a variety of topics, including the situation in the Middle East, Afghanistan, relations with Turkey and internal issues such as the country's economy, climate change, relations with India and its actions in Jammu and Cashmere.