Pakistan Singer Who Wore Suicide Vest To Threaten India, Quits Showbiz

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Pakistan pop singer Rabi Pirzada who threatened PM Modi by posting a picture of herself with a timebomb strapped to her body, has called showbiz quits.

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Pakistan pop singer Rabi Pirzada who threatened PM Modi by posting a picture of herself with a timebomb strapped to her body, has called showbiz quits.The pop singer from Pakistan took it to Twitter to announce her exit from the show business saying, "I, Rabi Pirzada quitting showbiz. May Allah forgive my sins. And soften the hearts of people in my favour."  Calling PM Modi 'ModiHitler', she had boasted herself as 'Kashmir ki Beti' while threatening to blow herself up, assumably for Kashmir on October 23. The post has been deleted since then, after the Pakistan pop singer was heavy trolled.

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Pirzada's snake threat

Previously, Pirzada had on September 5 posted a video on her social media handles in which she was playing with snakes and threatening Prime Minister Narendra Modi. She said that the pythons are 'special gifts' for PM Modi. "I, a Kashmiri lady, is ready with her snakes for India. These gifts are for Modi actually. You are bothering Kashmiris so this is what I have prepared for you. So, get ready, okay? And my friends (snakes and alligators) would feast on you," she said. She later faced jail time for the same.

After the video went viral, the Pakistani administration booked the singer and she has been given two-year jail for violating the country's Wildlife Protection rules. The Pakistani officials said that as per rules such exotic animals cannot be made pets. However, in her defence, Pirzada said that all those who are reminding her of the wildlife protection rules did not care about the justice of Kashmiris. She also claimed that when she went to the Pakistani Forest office to acquire licenses of those snakes, she was unable to find any officials there. 

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