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BJP India copied the Pakistani ISPR song

Numan Rasheed
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India’s ruling party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has stolen the Pakistani song for the promotion of election campaign, due to which it is being criticized on BJP.

The BJP leader, Singh Singh, said that on April 14, he will release his new song on the occasion of Sri Ram Nama, which he has named as the Indian Army.

Watchtower Raja Singh shared a video of new song recording on his Twitter account whose lyrics and songs are a duplicate of Pakistani songs.

Pak Army spokesman Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor reacted to the tragedy of the Indian ruling party with his personal account, saying, “It is a delight that you should copy it but also to speak the truth.”

Senior journalist Hamid Mir tweeted ‘I’m not happy because this is not stolen.’

Ankarparin Faryhya Idris tweeted that ‘There is such a big music industry in Abhantra and they can not be real’.

It is believed that Pak Army Sector Public Relations (ISPR) released a song entitled “Pakistan Live” in the voice of famous singer Sangeer Ali Baga on the occasion of Pakistan.

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In the song, the patriotic guardians were shown to show the love of their country, including the new generation of Pakistan, including the enemy.

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