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    Exclamation Salman Khurshid praised Pak PM, criticsez our PM on Pak soil - Isnt this Anti India

    Salman Khurshid, the former Union external affairs minister during his Pakistan visit last week criticized Indian government while holding it responsible for obstructing the peace talks. He said Pakistan is flying pigeons of peace whereas India is shooting them down. He further lauded Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif as an apostle of peace and criticized Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. Reportedly Khurshid, while speaking about Nawaz Sharif's presence at the swearing in ceremony of PM Modi, had said, "If you look back at the first face-to-face between our PMs, your PM took a brave, farsighted decision. What we said and did made things uncomfortable for Pakistan after the visit."

    Does it look like a behavior of an ex-external affairs minister? Has he forgotten the fact ignoring the political differences, one should always represent 'India' in a foreign country? What's the message Khurshid wanted to give to the international community? That Pakistan is a peace seeker and India is a rough country! Does the hatred and intolerance towards Narendra Modi is so acute that he forgot his national duty and obligations being an Indian citizen?

    Did Salman Khurshid forget that it was the same Nawaz Sharif under whose regime the Kargil attack happened while backstabbing former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee's good will gesture through Lahore his Yatra? Hadn't then Pakistani army mutilated Indian soldiers' dead bodies? Are ceasefire violations not happening under Nawaz Sharif's rule?

    How could Khurshid forget recent Udhampur and Gurudaspur attacks by Pakistan sponsored terrorists? Did he also forget that the same Nawaz Sharif referred former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, in whose government he was MEA, as 'Dehati Aurat'?
    If you think any candle march will affect "Islamic Terrorism", you are fooling yourself, Kill them or be ready for next attack !!

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    Same Nawaz insulted our Ex PM Manmohan as "Dehati aurat" and we all Indian resisted & objected to that, but forcongress "Insult" is toilerable !! now even at the cost of national pride !!
    If you think any candle march will affect "Islamic Terrorism", you are fooling yourself, Kill them or be ready for next attack !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsocialdoctor View Post
    Same Nawaz insulted our Ex PM Manmohan as "Dehati aurat" and we all Indian resisted & objected to that, but forcongress "Insult" is toilerable !! now even at the cost of national pride !!
    Salman Khurshid is following his party leader's diktat in my opinion. No Congress leader, let alone old & wily politicians like Khurshid, Mani Shankar or Shakeel Ahmed will make statements in the public like they have done unless they have a tacit approval from the top leadership. The hatred for Modi is so deeply besotted in the Italian lady & her wastrel son that they will go to any length to belittle the PM. Even if it means sleeping with the enemy state. I really cringe that how we Indians allowed this party to rule our nation for close to 6 decades & even now hats off to the people of Bihar for giving them such a landslide win.

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