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Syed Akbaruddin quipped on Emraan Khan's 'Fake' video, said- old habits hardly go away

India's Ambassador to the United Nations Syed Akbaruddin shared a video describing Pakistan as an intentional criminal. Using the hashtag along with the video, Akbaruddin wrote, 'Old habits go hard.'

new Delhi: Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan got his place by sharing some videos. Imran Khan shared some violent videos of Bangladesh stating India as of late Friday. He claimed that the Indian police is being tortured against Muslims in Uttar Pradesh. He deleted all the videos as soon as the video did not belong to India. India's Ambassador to the United Nations Syed Akbaruddin shared a video describing Pakistan as an intentional criminal. Using the hashtag along with the video, Akbaruddin wrote, 'Old habits go hard.'

Foreign Ministry spokesperson Ravish Kumar, while sharing a screenshot of Imran Khan's tweet, wrote, 'Tweet fake news. get caught. Delete Tweet Do it again. Let us tell that the Pakistani PM shared three videos. He wrote that the UP police is campaigning against Muslims and is oppressing them.

After the video was tweeted, it was revealed that this video is not from India but from Bangladesh. Imran Khan was trolled on social media for this. When Emraan Khan realized his mistake, he deleted all three videos. Please tell that these videos were made in 2013. In the video, the soldiers of the Rapid Action Battalion of Bangladesh were seen. Imran Khan tweeted these videos linking to the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act in India.


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