'Pakistan Can't Backstab Us Anymore, Hence Resorting To Childish Things': Hans Raj Hans On Pak's Film CD Ban

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After its failure to internationalise the integration of Kashmir with India, Pakistan has resorted to petty actions like banning advertisements with Indian actors and even Indian film CDs

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Updated On:

After its failure to internationalise the integration of Kashmir with India, Pakistan has resorted to petty actions like banning advertisements with Indian actors and even Indian film CDs. North West Delhi MP Hans Raj Hans on Friday spoke to Republic TV saying that Pakistan's action was childish and the government doesn't understand their decisions eventually hurts the country.

"Since Pakistan was created their thoughts have been negative. India considered Pakistan as a neighbour, but Pakistan has always stabbed India in the back. This can no longer happen since Modi has come. Now, they don't know what to do and are instead doing childish things. It would be better if they acted against terror institutions and answer their own people on terrorism but they are not able to understand that what they are doing is hurting them," the singer turned politician said.
 

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 Reacting to the same, Asha Bhosale took to Twitter and made a stinging remark asking people to leave gold and invest in Indian film CDs, as it will soon be in 'high demand'.  

BJP MP from Gorakhpur Ravi Kishan also reacted to the move by Pakistan. Watch it below:

Actor Raza Murad also spoke about the matter saying: 

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