Pakistanis held big protests outside Indian High Commission in South Korea

Pakistanis held big protests outside Indian High Commission in South Korea
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SEOUL – Pakistani protesters raised anti-India and Modi slogans in Seoul over Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leaders’ arrival outside the Indian High Commission.

A video surfaced in the social media showing BJP leader Shazia Ilmi confronting Pakistanis in South Korea’s Seoul.

Pakistani community held a protest outside the Indian High Commission in the Seoul against Modi government’s abrogating Article 370 in Indian held Jammu Kashmir.

The 3 minutes 25 seconds video shows Shazia Ilmi accompanied by a few other people stepping out of a taxi and heading towards the group, whose members continue to shout slogans like ‘*Haq hai humara Aazadi’*(Freedom is our right) and ‘*Hum le ke rahenge Aazadi’* (We will take freedom).

The protestors raised anti-Indian government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi slogans in Seoul by protestors when BJP and RSS leaders including Shazia Ilmi who was visiting the city.

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