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‘Chidambaram arrested because he opposed abrogation of Article 370: Congress leader gets support from Pakistan Senator

Senator Rehman Malik also claimed that he was giving Narendra Modi sleepless nights.

Senator and former Interior Minister of Pakistan, Rehman Malik, appears to be suffering a nervous breakdown on Twitter, much like his Prime Minister. He claims that senior Congress P. Chidambaram has been arrested because he opposed the abrogation of Article 370. Not only that, he claims that Chidambaram will be the next Prime Minister of India.

Furthermore, the senator from Pakistan claims, in not very appropriate language either, that Narendra Modi shall soon be tried as a war criminal. He didn’t stop there and went on to assert that he shall be arguing the case against Modi himself and apparently, Modi knows that he cannot face him.

Not only Prime Minister Modi, but NSA Ajit Doval has also featured in one of his tweets. Pakistan senator Malik claims that the two of them have given ‘Indian RSS supporters’ direct instructions to attack and abuse him on Twitter. It appears that the Pakistani senator is not aware that Indians mock Pakistanis of their own accord. In fact, it might one of their favourite pastimes.

Malik went ahead and claimed that PM Modi and Doval were asking people to harass him because he is giving them sleepless nights. Members of the Pakistani establishment appear to be suffering from delusions of grandeur indeed.

Ever since the abrogation of Article 370, Pakistanis have been suffering a severe meltdown on social media. They have resorted to peddling fake news and lying through the skin of their teeth to save their face. It appears to be a collective meltdown that began from the very top, Pakistani PM Imran Khan.

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