Babri Masjid land case: Pakistan says minorities in India are no longer safe

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Pakistan's Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Faisal speaks to the media at the Foreign office in Islamabad on March 28, 2019. - Pakistan on March 28 said it had found no links between militants swept up in a recent dragnet and a suicide attack in Indian-administered Kashmir last month that brought the nuclear-armed rivals to the brink of war. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)

ISLAMABAD: Voicing deep concern over the Indian Supreme Court’s biased verdict in the Babri Masjid land case, Pakistan on Saturday said that minorities in India are no longer safe.

“The decision has, once again, failed to uphold the demands of justice,” a statement issued by the Foreign Office said.

It also called upon the international community, the UN and other human rights organisations to play their role by “restraining India from its pursuit of an extremist ideology” and to ensure equal rights and protection of the minorities in India.