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Subramanian Swamy slams Pakistan's High Commissioner

Sunday, 17 August 2014 - 9:32pm IST | Place: New Delhi | Agency: ANI

 BJP leader Subramanian Swamy has slammed the Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit's calling separatist leaders from Kashmir, calling it "mischievous".

Speaking to ANI, he said, "Normally in diplomatic situations there is no bar to embassies inviting Indian citizens for lunches and dinners, but here they have invited people who don't believe in the Indian constitution or integrity. That is mischievous."

"I don't know if they have informed anybody in our government about it because according to my enquiries, they have not, and therefore it is a provocative act," he added.

Swamy also said to ANI that Pakistan has four governments. "The problem in Pakistan is that there is no one government, there are four governments – the Nawaz Sharif government, the military government, the ISI and the mullah government, that is, the Taliban and others. Of these, three governments are on one side, while Nawaz Sharif is all alone. Earlier, the Pakistan High Commission had invited separatist leaders from Kashmir for "consultations". 




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