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Pakistan should be thankful that India killed terrorists in PoK, says Adnan Sami
British-born singer and composer Adnan Sami, who is originally from Pakistan said, Pakistan should be thankful to India for finishing terrorists in their country.

Sami, who has received the Indian citizenship this year, feels Pakistan should thank India for "a brilliant, successful, mature and strategic strike against terrorism in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, last week."

Post the surgical strike by India in PoK, the singer, also praised the Indian Army for their successful operation, on twitter. While talking about it, he said, "My tweets were against a common enemy. An enemy that has been hurting both the nations and the rest of the world, too. If anything, Pakistan should thank India for finishing the terrorists."

While justifying his points he further added, "For years, Pakistan has been saying that they too are victims of terrorism. Here, when your neighbour is helping you out, you don't want to even acknowledge it."

However, his praise and remarks didn't go well with Pakistanis who labelled him as a traitor, on social platforms. But he chose to clarify it saying, they interpreted it in their own way.

"I never said a word against Pakistan. They interpreted it in their own way and that's why I wrote that they see Pakistan and terrorists as the same," he said.

Post being criticised by Pakistanis on social media, Sami said he was still not scared to return to Pakistan.

"I am not scared of anyone, except the Almighty. If it is written in my destiny that I will go back to Pakistan, then I will. I won't be scared of going back," he said.

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