Fawad Khan reaches Pakistan after severe threats by Indian extremists group MNS
Pakistani acting professional Fawad Khan came back home from Indian on Tuesday in the awaken of demonstrations by an extremist team in Mumbai, Indian press revealed.
Fawad Khan was in Indian to advertise his future movie ‘Ae Dil e Mushkil’.
An extremist celebration Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) had given a 48-hour due date to Pakistani performers to leave India.
According to reviews in the Indian press, the extremist team said if Pakistani performers stayed in India they will be ‘pushed out’ from the nation forcefully.
The MNS will also prevent the launch of films featuring Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan in Maharashtra, it was revealed.
This risk by the extremist team follows that from an Indian blog writer Soumyadipta Banerjee who in a post told Pakistani acting professional Fawad Khan to leave India soon.
In the past, Pakistani performers have obtained risks from Native Indian extremists’ categories. Pakistani musician Ghullam Ali was pressured to terminate his live performance in Mumbai because of Shiv Sena.
In 2015, Native Indian extremist party Shiv Sena had confronted Pakistani stars Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan from advertising their films in Maharashtra.
The stress between Pakistan and India has increased. Pakistan has highlighted brutality of Indians in connected Kashmir and this issue grew up by Primary Reverend Nawaz Sharif at the United Nations conference. Over 115 Kashmiris have been martyred and countless numbers harmed as a result of Indian atrocities in Kashmir. India without any evidence has held responsible Pakistan for an strike on an military base in Uri.