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Modi trolled by Indian opposition after peace talk remarks of PM Imran

NEW DELHI: Narendra Modi was trolled by the opposition leader of India on Wednesday following the remarks of the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan that according to him, there is a better chance of peace talk with New Delhi if Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) wins the general election.

The politicians of Indian-occupied Kashmir Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Leaders from the Congress were among the people who raised questions to the Indian premier over the statement of PM Imran.

The Congress spokesperson Randeep Sing Surjewala tweeted that “Pakistan has officially allied with Modi! A vote for Modi is a vote for Pakistan.” He added that “Modi-ji, first Nawaz Sharif, now Imran Khan is your friend. The secret is out.”

The AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal tweeted that “Why does Pakistan want Modi-ji to win? PM Modi, please tell the nation how deep your relationship is with Pakitan? All Indians should know that if PM Modi wins then crackers will be burst in Pakistan.”

The Former Chief Minister of occupied Kashmir Omar Abdullah also tweeted that “So much for Modi Sahib telling the country only Pakistan and its sympathisers want BJP to lose. Imran Khan has just endorsed him for a 2nd term”.

The leader of the PDP and a former BJP ally Mehbooba Mufti remarked: “Bhakts scratching their heads and at wit ends wondering if they should praise Imran Khan or not.”

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