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Shiv Sena leader Manisha Kayande on Saturday said that Bollywood actor Salman Khan should move to Pakistan after he defended Pakistani actors in India.
Shiv Sena leader Manisha Kayande on Saturday said that Bollywood actor Salman Khan should move to Pakistan after he defended Pakistani actors in India.

Shiv Sena leader Manisha Kayande on Saturday said that Bollywood actor Salman Khan should move to Pakistan after he defended Pakistani actors in India.

“Salman Khan needs to be taught a lesson. If he has so much love for Pakistani artists, he should migrate to Pakistan,” Manisha Kayande said.

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Earlier on Friday, Salman had said defended Pakistani actors, who were being asked to leave the country in the wake of reent turmoil between India and Pakistan.

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Salman Khan had said that Pakistani actors are not terrorists instead, it is the government which gives them the permit to settle and work in India.

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Earlier on Friday, Salman had said defended Pakistani actors, who were being asked to leave the country in the wake of recent turmoil between India and Pakistan.

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Salman Khan had said that Pakistani actors are not terrorists instead, it is the government which gives them the permit to settle and work in India.

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MNS had first asked Pakistani actors to leave India following the terror attacks in Uri, where 19 Indian soldiers were killed. On Thursday, the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association(IMPPA) had passed a resolution banning Pakistani Actors & technicians in India till normalcy returns.

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Situations worsened between the two nations when on the intervening night of September 28 and 29, India carried out surgical strikes on seven terrorist launch pads across the LoC in Pakistan and inflicted heavy casualties.