www.expressbusinessdirectory.com www.facebook.com www.cooplareggia.it www.phoronix.com pharman4.dreamwidth.org yelloyello.com www.classifiedads.com www.diigo.com www.inaturalist.org wanelo.co
Home / Breaking News / Indian film ‘Kabil’ in Pakistan: Govt endorses RSS agenda

Indian film ‘Kabil’ in Pakistan: Govt endorses RSS agenda


The nation should celebrate and express its gratitude to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for resolving the most important problem faced by Pakistan. According to details, a committee personally headed by PM allowed screening of Indian Films in Pakistan. Indian Film titled “Kabil” was the first one to be cleared and that is now being screened in Cinemas all across Pakistan. It may interesting to know that said committee was formed just two weeks back and it accomplished the assigned task in record time.

It may also be pertinent to know that Hindu Extremist Organization (RSS) in India has approved / recommended this particular film (Kabil). While it has called for boycotting/ banning of Film titled “Raees”, which features a Muslim Hero (Shah Rukh Khan) and a Pakistani Heroin (Maira Khan). Astonishingly said film has not yet been cleared/ imported for screening in Pakistan.

One expert claims it is a mere COINCIDENCE and denies govt of Pakistan is following the dictates/agenda of Hindu Extremists. Whereas a liberal and progressive thinker claims that even if it is deliberate or an omission, it should be viewed as our tolerance. They commended PM for persisting with policy of friendship with India and appreciated his courage to stand up to resistance from establishment.

Nevertheless, people who are privy to Mr NS mindset see it as blatant act of appeasing India /BJP/RSS. As issue of clearance of Indian films was not a matter of National Security/Economy that PM personally, should have headed the committee for said purpose. These people cite the examples of lack if interests shown by PM to lead /guide personally issues/problems pertaining to National Action Plan and CPEC, which are being dealt by second and third tear leadership.

About World Tribune Pakistan

Check Also

Govt mulls reducing retirement age to 55

WTP REPORT ISLAMABAD – Federal Government is considering reducing the age of retirement to 55 …

Leave a Reply