Pakistan's efforts to stage a march against Indian human rights violations, with a million people on the streets of London proved to be a monumental failure. Far from a seven figure, the march's attendance did not even reach five figures.
Describing Pakistan People's Party chief Bilawal Bhutto as politically immature, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress on Monday chose not to take his rants on Kashmir seriously and instead advised the Bhutto scion to read the Shimla Agreement before making such statements.
Taking a jibe at Pakistan People's Party (PPP) chief Bilawal Bhutto's recent statement on Kashmir, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Monday said that nobody takes Islamabad seriously and added that such comments against India are made just to gain attention.
Embarrassed by the loss meted out to Pakistan by the Indian Army, the citizens of the South Asian nation on Wednesday took on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and accused India of violating ceasefire on the occasion of Eid.
Indian Union Muslim League on Sunday dubbed Bilawal Bhutto Zardari as one of the "daydreamers" in Pakistan for his Kashmir remarks and said that every inch of Indian territory will be protected to the last minute.
Pakistan People's Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, raised a few eyebrows in India when he told party workers at a rally in Multan that if voted to power he would take all of Kashmir back and not leave a single inch as it belonged to Pakistan.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif could one day fall victim to the controversial anti-terror bill that gave sweeping powers to security forces, Bilawal Bhutto, the chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party, warned on Thursday.