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Published On: Tue, Nov 21st, 2017

Pakistan uses ‘mujra party’ to raise funds for Kashmir

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1511248995-mujra_partyLONDON : In what is sure to raise controversy, Pakistan organised a ‘mujra’ performance in London as part of an event to raise funds for the promotion of education in PoK (Pakistan-occupied Kashmir).
The event where the ‘mujra’ performance took place was attended by the president of PoK, Sardar Masood Khan. In the video that has gone viral, Khan is seen in it enjoying female dancers performing vulgar moves.
Khan is the Islamabad-backed leader of PoK, which Pakistan refers to as ‘Azad Kashmir’. However, he can hardly claim to be a true elected representative of the people of the area.
In a shameless act, the president of the Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, Masood Khan, has been seen in a video watching ‘mujra’ during an event in London What’s shocking is that at the same event, the PoK president lectured the guests on the alleged atrocities in Jammu and Kashmir and even collected funds for the so-called ‘Kashmir cause’.

The act of the terror state, which tries to portray itself as a benefactor of Kashmir, to use ‘mujra’ as a tool to secure funds for Kashmir has left many baffled and amused.
The event in London was organised by an education society – the same event was used by the PoK president to rant about alleged Indian atrocities in Kashmir and sought to raise funds for the Kashmiris.
He first lectured on people on the so-called serious issue of Kashmiris’ plight and then grooved to sleaze.This has once again exposed the real face of Pakistan and its support to Kashmiris. Islamabad has been using Kashmir for political gains for decades and now also to satiate their lust. It’s an ultimate example of sleaze, lies and depravity. (With Agency Inputs).

 

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