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Relations between India and Pakistan have been removed since the removal of article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan has almost ended its relations with India in its protest. In such an atmosphere of tension between India and Pakistan, Punjabi pop-singer Micah Singh allegedly went to Karachi to perform Bollywood songs at a billionaire’s wedding, causing an uproar on social media. There is a scuffle on both sides of the border. Indian users have taken Micah to perform in Pakistan.

Micah’s wedding performance in Karachi was revealed in a video. However, it is difficult to guess from the video that it is a Karachi wedding. In the video, Micah can be seen singing the night of Jumeirah and snorting the guests. The video has also heated up in Pakistan. It has also been shared with the Twitter handle of some Pakistani states.  

Happy that Indian singer Mika Singh performed at the mehndi of Gen Musharraf’s relative recently in Karachi. God for bid if it was Nawaz Sharif’s hashtag already. pic.twitter.com/ıvfe5hetiz

– Naila Inayat नायला इनायत (@nailainayat) August 10, 2019

According to the Hindu report, Micah Pervez Musharraf. Micah had gone to Pakistan with a crew of 14 people. According to the report, Micah gave the performance on the night of August 8. After the video came, the opposition leaders in Pakistan who asked for security clearance and visas to Micah and his 14-year-long troupe when Pakistan has ended diplomatic and trade relations with India. According to the report, Micah has been paid a fee of over Rs 1 crore for this performance.

@MikaSingh yeh din aagaye ??

– Rudra (रूद्र) (@rudrasquad) August 10, 2019

Sharam kro @MikaSingh

– vikas sirohi (vikassirohiwal) August 10, 2019

Indians should boycott @ MikaSingh General Musharraf s family wedding. Shameful and disgusting.

– Savita (saavy_m) August 11, 2019

On August 5, India announced the removal of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. Since then, Pakistan has been bewildered. Pakistan has also banned Bollywood films in India.

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