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Aiyar kicks another storm, says 'I get love in Pakistan, hatred in India'

Aiyar's comments came days after Pakistan-based terrorists on February 10 killed six persons in an attack at Sunjawan army base camp in Jammu region

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Mani Shankar Aiyar

Suspended leader in Pakistan's Karachi said that he gets love in and hatred in

Aiyar, who was suspended by the late last year after his "neech" slur against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has again created a row, saying: "I receive much more hatred in than the love I receive in I am really happy to be here."

Aiyar's comments came days after Pakistan-based terrorists on February 10 killed six persons in an attack at Sunjawan army base camp in Jammu region.

on Monday said: "will pay for this misadventure."

The leader on the same day said he believed in the Pakistani people as they clapped for him because he spoke of peace.

"Thousands of people whom I don't even know, hug me and welcome me.

Men, women and children clap for me. I get more hatred in than the amount of love I am getting in "

"I don't believe the governments will change anything, but I believe in you people," he said.

"People here, who in 1965 and 1966 -- after the -- were running after the leader who said and will fight for a 1,000 years, are now welcoming me and clapping for me because I talk of peace. This deepens my trust in Pakistan," he said.

First Published: Tue, February 13 2018. 19:29 IST
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