Pakistan criticises Benjamin Netanyahu's India visit

Asif allegedly accused the two countries to have 'anti-Islam nexus'. Photograph:( ANI )

WION Web Team Delhi, India Jan 17, 2018, 09.51 AM (IST)

Pakistan Foreign Minister, Khawaja Asif, criticised Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to India.

He allegedly accused the two countries to have "anti-Islam nexus". 

Asif, in an interview, on Wednesday noted both the countries to have a connection.

He said that both India and Isreal have occupied Muslim territories -- India has occupied Kashmir while Israel is occupying a vast area of Palestine.

Asif also accused India of the mass killing of Muslims in Gujarat.

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is on a 6-day visit to India.

Netanyahu and PM Modi attended a roadshow together in Gujarat earlier today followed by the inauguration of the iCreate centre in Ahmedabad.

(With inputs from ANI)