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Congress’ AIPC member blames Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for an incident of violence in Pakistan

Andria D'Souza is an Indian Emirati actress who has acted in films like 'Kamasutra 3D' and 'For Adults Only' as well as Pakistani serial Maati.

Move aside, Divya Spandana, someone may soon dethrone you as Congress IT cell head. AIPC (All India Professionals’ Congress, a ‘professional wing of INC) member one Andria D’Souza has now blamed Prime Minister Modi for an incident of violence that took place in Pakistan.

AIPC member Andria D’Souza deleted her tweet asking PM Modi to take responsibility for an incident in Pakistan

Andria goes by the name ‘Ria’ on Twitter and quoted a tweet by Pakistani journalist Naila Inayat which reported communal tension in Pakistani town Phuladiyoon where a Hindu doctor was booked over alleged blasphemy charges. The Hindu doctor was accused of burning the Quran.

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Ria, however, thought that Prime Minister Modi should be held accountable for this incident in Pakistan. Ria lashed out on PM Modi for the violence in Pakistan and wondered if this was the ‘sabka saath sabka vikas’ he had promised. She even wished the India which voted for Modi ‘good luck’. Again, the incident Ria is holding PM Modi accountable for did not really happen in India.

Twitterati, however, was thrilled that a Congress worker also harbours the same dream as his, the one that of ‘Akhand Bharat’ (undivided India).

Some helpful people even tried to explain to her the difference between the two countries.

While others didn’t mince words.

Andria D’Souza is an Indian Emirati actress who has acted in films like ‘Kamasutra 3D’ and ‘For Adults Only’ as well as Pakistani serial Maati. She is now associated with the Congress.

Update: Andria has deleted her tweet asking PM Modi to take responsibility for incident taking place in Pakistan but has not given any clarification either on the tweet or on deletion.

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