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Watch: Shazia Ilmi, other BJP leaders confront Pakistani protestors shouting anti-Modi, anti-India slogans in Seoul

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Watch: Shazia Ilmi, other BJP leaders confront Pakistani protestors shouting anti-Modi, anti-India slogans in Seoul
Screen grab from video tweeted by ANI

BJP and RSS leaders including Shazia Ilmi confronted Pakistani protestors shouting anti-India, anti-Modi slogans in South Korea’s capital city, Seoul on Friday.

BJP leader Shazia Ilmi and two others were in Seoul to attend the United Peace Federation conference as a delegation of Global Citizen Forum.

A video was accessed by ANI, shows Shazia Ilmi accompanied by a few other people stepping out of a taxi and heading towards the group as the protesters continue to shout slogans. In the three minutes and 25 seconds long video Shazia Ilmi is seen confronting the Pakistani’s by introducing herself as an Indian. She along with other leaders try to speak to the protestors. She said it is important to “peacefully register protest if insulted as an Indian”.

Shazia is also heard shouting “India zindabad” slogans against the anti-India slogans by the Pakistani protestors.

Shazia Ilmi said that she along with her two colleagues was on her way to the hotel after meeting the Indian envoy in Seoul when she came across violent Pakistani protestors. “On our way to the hotel, we saw an aggressive protest by an unruly crowd carrying Pakistani flags and calling all kind of names to India and our PM. They kept saying Modi terrorist, India terrorist. We just felt it’s our duty to tell them to not abuse our country or our PM”, Shazia said.

However, as the protest grew aggressive, local police intervened and escorted Ilmi and her associates from the location, she said.

Earlier also, the terror state of Pakistan, which is being isolated across the globe, had resorted to thuggery and vandalism on the streets of London. On August 16, thousands of Pakistani immigrants in London resorted to violence to mark their protest against abrogation of Article 370 in Kashmir, stone-pelting, a personal favourite method of the jihadis in Kashmir.

Rattled after India’s historic decision, Pakistan has been trying to increase tensions over full integration of Jammu and Kashmir in India by abrogation of Article 370 by the Indian government. After it’s Prime Minister, warning India of another Pulwama like attack, Pakistan had snapped all bilateral trades and downgraded diplomatic ties with India.

In fact, Pakistani’s and ISI have also been using social media sites like Twitter to spread fake and malicious news to spread fear after the abrogation of Article 370.