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Attack on Pakistan will be biggest mistake of Modi’s life: Parvez Musharraf

 SRINAGAR, FEB 20 (: Former Pakistan president General Pervez Musharraf on Wednesday said that Narendra Modi, did not have any “real emotion” for the CRPF personnel killed in the Pulwama attack.

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During interview with Aaj Tak President Pervez Musharraf said if Pakistan was attacked then it would be the biggest mistake of Modi’s life. Musharraf said stop threatening Pakistan. You can not teach us a lesson.

Musharraf added, “I don’t think Imran Khan should or will have any sympathy for Jaish. And I don’t believe Pakistan government was involved in it.” (PTK)

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