VIRAL: Pakistani Journalist Is Asked 'so What, Do We Leave Kashmir Alone?'; His Answer Will Clean-bowl Imran Khan

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Exposing Pakistan's continued claim over Jammu and Kashmir, Singer Adnan Sami on Sunday, shared an interview on Twitter where veteran Pakistani journalist Hassan Nisar is seen answering a Pakistani journalist's query that Pakistani people's demand for Kashmir.

Written By Suchitra Karthikeyan | Mumbai | Updated On:

Exposing Pakistan's continued claim over Jammu and Kashmir, Singer Adnan Sami on Sunday, shared an interview on Twitter where veteran Pakistani journalist Hassan Nisar is seen answering a Pakistani journalist's query on Pakistani people's demand for Kashmir.

The video shows Nissar comparing Pakistan to Bangladesh saying:

"It is very interesting that you had East Pakistan, right? Kashmir will be taken back? From whom? How? These are just airy talks. You could not handle that which was in your control. In the last 25 years, Bangladesh has surpassed Pakistan. Their currency Bangladeshi Taka is better than Pakistani rupee, just like their exports. After gaining freedom, they have gone ahead of you. What was with you , you could not control it? On what claims are you demanding Kashmir? You are not able to control Balochistan and Karachi, people will condemn you."

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Earlier in the day, admitting his fear of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Centre, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, on Sunday, took to Twitter to express his 'concern' over minorities in India claiming 'ethnic cleaning ideology' of the BJP. This admission comes a day after Khan had to accept the UNSC's decision to solve the Kashmir issue bilaterally with India. 

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Earlier on Friday, Pakistan failed to rile up the international community at the close consultations at United Nations Security Council (UNSC) through China by fearmongering over the abrogation of Article 370.  India's UN representative Syed Akbaruddin shared that the UNSC appreciated India's effort to resolve the Kashmir issue. He also added that India's stance remains the matters related to article 370  were internal to India though two states tried to pass it off as the will of the international community.
 

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