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Pak assertion 'slap' on India's face: Kejriwal


New Delhi, Apr 7: Pakistan's assertion that the bilateral peace process stands "suspended" is a "slap" on India's face, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said today.

"Todays announcements by Pak are a slap on India's face, thanks to our PM," Kejriwal tweeted. Kejriwal said BJP President Amit Shah had "lauded Pakistan's efforts and gave it a "clean chit" just a few days back.

Pak assertion 'slap' on India's face: CM

"Every Indian is feeling anguished today," the CM tweeted. Earlier this week, Kejriwal had said that Modi's "invitation" to Pakistan's JIT, which included an ISI official, amounted to giving a "clean chit" to the spy agency.

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He demanded an apology from the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the issue.


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