All India Sufi Sajjadanashin Council chairman Naseeruddin Chisti on Saturday condemned Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto's remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying the language he used downgraded the position of not only his portfolio but also of his entire nation.
"I strongly condemn the venomous language used by the Pakistani foreign minister against our prime minister and our motherland," he said.
"Bilawal Bhutto has forgotten that terrorist Osama bin Laden did not die, but was killed in Pakistan by American forces right under the nose of the Pakistani government," Mr Chisti added.
Mr Chisti said Pakistan should bear in mind that Indian Muslims are far more secure and in a much better condition than their Pakistani counterparts.
Mr Bhutto should not compare India with his unstable country because the Indian Constitution guarantees freedom of religion to all, he added.
The All India Sufi Sajjadanashin Council is a body of spiritual heads of various dargahs of the country.
The Pakistani foreign minister resorted to a personal attack against PM Modi and slammed the RSS after External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar highlighted the neighbouring country's support to various terror groups and described the country as the "epicentre of terrorism".
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