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Pakistani degenerates unite to express their glee on the demise of BJP stalwart Arun Jaitley

Former Union Minister Sushma Swaraj too was abused in a similar manner on the day of her demise. 

India lost one of the most towering politicians of our times, Arun Jaitley. He breathed his last at 12:07 PM at the AIIMS Hospital in New Delhi. Even as the country is mourning one of its most suave, and eloquent statesmen, some vile Pakistanis and decadent Indians couldn’t stop themselves from celebrating his death and wishing death upon other Indian politicians.

As soon as the news of Mr Jaitley’s demise was announced, a bunch of depraved Pakistanis, who are still finding it difficult to stomach India’s move to abrogate Article 370, were quick to rejoice over his demise.

One Pakistani Twitter user quoted Arun Jaitley’s tweet in which he said that Article 370 was transient in nature and it had to go, saying that Jaitley had to go first and in hell.

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Another Pakistani who appears to be still mourning the revocation of Article 370 by the Indian government wished death upon India’s PM Modi and HM Amit Shah. Celebrating Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley’s unfortunate demise, he alleged that they died because Kashmiri people were praying for their deaths.

Most Pakistanis who had a morbid fascination with hell wished the same to Arun Jaitley.

However, bitter Pakistanis were not the only ones who spewed venom against Arun Jaitley. Some Indian ‘peaceful’ persons also echoed Pakistani sentiments and wished hell to India’s former finance minister. Twitter user @Musanghistani welcomed Jaitley’s death saying “One less Nazi is always good for society”.

Former Union Minister Sushma Swaraj too was abused in a similar manner on the day of her demise. It is rather a pitiful sight when insecure, vile individuals spew pure hatred against a person who they have never even met, just because they did not agree with his politics.

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