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Advani's popularity soars in Pak

June 10, 2005 17:39 IST

The controversy surrounding Lal Kishenchand Advani notwithstanding, the popularity graph of the Bharatiya Janata Party president has risen high in Pakistan after his recent visit, a senior Pakistan government official said on Friday.

Advani's remarks on Mohammed Ali Jinnah are "proper, logical, symbolic of ideological change" and another step forward in furthering the friendly relations between the two countries, Parliamentary Secretary of Agricultural Marketing Department, Rana Aftab Mohammed Khan, said at Phagwara on Thursday.

Advani was now more popular in Pakistan than perhaps in India, he said describing as "unwarranted" the row in India over Advani's remarks. With his statement, Advani has metamorphosed his image into that of a humanist from the one of a Hindu hardliner, Khan said.

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It is good to notice Advani's popularity soar high on Pakistan. That is what he wanted and he expected the same in India also. Unfortunately ...


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Good. Let him now pursue in Pakistan his future political aspirations. In India, Mr. advani has surely killed all prospects for himself and even for ...


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Jinnah might have started as a secularist but in the ended his gane of politics playing in the hands of Britishers. Any body with such ...


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Today I am really sad that in a country which has majority hindu population, hindus are treated as a secondary sect, all for the sake ...


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