Sindh Minister for Information and Archives and Labour Saeed Ghani on Sunday said censured Prime Minister Imran Khan, saying that the premier – who was desperate to contact Narendra Modi in the past – was not able to fight the case of the people of Kashmir in the manner that was needed in these circumstances.In a statement, he said the wish of Imran Khan for the victory of Narendra Modi in the recent general elections of India hurt the emotions of Kashmiri people. He said that owing to the inefficient foreign policy of the incompetent regime, the leaders around the world were not paying heed to Pakistan’s viewpoint. “Was it not a massive failure that we didn’t know what the Indian government was thinking?”The minister said that none of the friendly countries, including Muslim countries, stepped up in Pakistan’s favour. He said Imran Khan failed to rise to the occasion and demonstrate the kind of leadership expected by the Pakistanis and the Kashmiris. He said that on the other hand, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari was raising the voice for the people of Kashmir at every available forum in a befitting manner.While advising Special Assistant to PM on Information and Broadcasting Firdous Ashiq Awan, Saeed Ghani said that just to cement her ministry, Firdous should not deface the serious Kashmir cause. He said that she should no talk about corruption, as she herself had been facing references of the National Accountability Bureau. He said that victimisation in the name of accountability had become the trademark of the inefficient Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government. He said that the reputation of NAB had been severely damaged by the policies of the PTI regime. Saeed Ghani also said that the resolution of Kashmir issue during the government of the PTI seemed to be a Sisyphean task.