ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday assailed leaders of Israel and India for what he described as showing a moral bankruptcy in their readiness to annex occupied West Bank and Indian occupied Kashmir.

In a tweet on Tuesday, he said their acts, for votes, are in defiance of the international law, UNSC resolutions and their own constitution.

He further questioned whether the people of those countries felt a sense of outrage at what their leaders are willing to do, simply to win an election.

The move comes as India and Israel head to polls. Prime Minister Imran Khan questioned whether citizens of both countries felt outraged at their leaders’ moral bankruptcy as they defy international law to gain votes.

Indian and Israeli Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Benjamin Netanyahu have been openly defying international laws and resolutions and their own constitutions to annex the occupied West Bank and Indian-occupied Kashmir respectively.