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Twitter reacts to Imran Khan’s haughty statement against India

India recently called off the proposed talks between MEA Sushma Swaraj and Pakistan foreign minister at the sidelines of the upcoming UNGA meeting in the United States after kidnapping and killing of three policemen in Jammu and Kashmir’s Shopian.

The newly elected Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, is mighty displeased with the decision. He took to Twitter to say, “all my life I have come across small men occupying big offices who do not have the vision to see the larger picture.”

Indians were amused with the haughty statement issued by Imran Khan who is widely believed to have been elected Prime Minister with assistance from the Pakistani Military and took potshots at the former cricketer.

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Others called on Prime Minister Modi to revoke Pakistan’s MFN status in light of the insulting tweet.

People are concluding after Imran Khan’s tweet that the relationship between the two countries is likely to go further downhill from here.

Imran Khan’s tweet gives one the impression that Pakistan does not regret funding terror organizations in its proxy war against India. His tweet is also a slap on the face of Opposition political leaders like Navjot Singh Sidhu who were overly optimistic about Imran Khan assuming the mantle of Prime Minister of Pakistan. After attending his oath-taking ceremony and hugging the Pakistani Army Chief, it will be interesting to see how Sidhu reacts after Khan insulted India’s democratically elected Prime Minister.

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