Starting a new war of words with India, Pakistan's foreign minister Khawaja Asif called Indian Prime minister Narendra Modi a 'terrorist'.
While talking to Pakistan's Geo TV, Asif hit out at India and said, "At the (UN) General Assembly, Sushma Swaraj accused us of exporting terror, while in fact, it is a terrorist who is Prime Minister of her country, his (the PM's) hands have the blood of murdered Muslims in Gujarat," .
"A terrorist party is ruling India, the RSS rules India," the minister further added.
Earlier, just a few weeks ago, the Pakistani minister had accepted that by allowing terrorist like Hafiz Saeed, who was the mastermind behind Mumbai attack, on its soil is a "liability" for his country.
"Saeed, LeT, they are a liability, I accept it but give us time to get rid of them, we don't have the assets to deal with these liabilities," said Asif.
Asif even blamed United State for creating people like Saeed in his recent interview and said, "Don't blame us for Saeed, these people were your darlings 20 years ago, they were being dined and wined in the White House. Now you say go to hell, Pakistan."
The neighbouring country of India has received a lot of International censures lately after US President Donald Trump's remark that Pakistan provide 'safe heaven to agents of chaos, violence and terror'