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Former Pak minister Rehman Malik uses foul language against PM Modi, says 'he needs brain surgery'

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India TV News Desk, New Delhi [Updated:22 Sep 2016, 11:29:01]

It seems that the fear of Indian retaliation following Uri attacks has made Pakistani politicians nervous and that’s why they are crossing all limits of decency in their criticism of Indian leaders.

In one such example, former home minister of Pakistan Rehman Malik today targeted Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a series of tweets and sarcastically remarked that he needs brain surgery to get rid of terrorism cells.

“PM Modi is threatening for surgical strikes in Pakistan/in fact PM Modi needs a surgery to cure his infected brain from terrorism cells,” Rehman Malik tweeted this morning. 

“It is high time that the ppl of India Shd have his medical examination done before he causes irreversible loss to India or this region,” he said in another tweet.

“Ppl of Pak  & India love to hv  peace but anti Pak syndrome of PM Modi is self destructive. Indian ppl to rise agst  the policies of PM Modi,” Malik added in another tweet.

Immediately after his tweets, Rehman Malik had to face ire of Indians who ridiculed him for making laughable comments by reminding him of Pakkistan’s humiliating defeat in 1971. 

One person named Sourabh responded to Malik’s tweet by saying, “u r right mr Malik. The change will be irreversible. Just like 1971.”

Rehman Malik responded to Sourabh by bragging about Pakistan’s possession of nuclear weapons.

“it is not 71 but 2016/we r now N/State.Now there will be change in India not in Pak.India does nt need any enemy in the presence of PM Modi,” Rehman Malik responded to Sourabh. 

Another person named Dr Lokendra Malik reminded Rehman Malik that India will not take much time in teaching a lesson to Pakistan.

“we will not take much time to teach Pakistan a good lesson janab,” Dr Malik tweeted.

Rehman Malik responded by saying that it reflected the Indian mindset.

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