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LoC tension: Bilawal Bhutto says Pak can retaliate unlike Gujarat riot victim, thrashed on Twitter


Bilawal Bhutto
The so called pappu of Pakistan, Bilawal Bhutto has once again proved that he is rookie politician and has much to learn. Though, he has yet not matched Gandhi heir in terms of number of goofs up, but the way he is walking on the path he will surely outmatch him in coming days.

Days after his rhetoric on Kashmir where he said that his party will wrest whole Kashmir from India, Bhutto heir once again has acted immaturely.

Speaking about current ceasefire violations at LoC, PPP leader wrote on Twitter that India is adopting Israel model on the matter. He even warned Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that he must understand that Pakistan can retaliate unlike 2002 Gujarat riot victims.

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With the motive to give his moribund political career an impetus, loudmouth Bilawal has done a dumbo act. On microblogging website people are making fun of him for this childish act. Imagine one who can't write spelling of Israel correctly, what he can do that is well understood.

It is well known fact that the country who can't even stand on his feet without help of big giants like US and China, is threatening India. It is really hilarious. Junior Bhutto must remember that India had mauled them two times in past once in 1971 and another in 1999 Kargil War. Mr butto blabbering will not help you or your country at all. Here is tweeter reaction where Bhutto was snubbed for his demeanour.

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