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Mika Singh Called Out For Performing at Event Hosted by Pervez Musharraf’s Relative in Pakistan

Reportedly, Mika Singh performed at an event in Pakistan, which left fans of the singer outraged.

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Updated:August 13, 2019, 12:09 AM IST
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Mika Singh Called Out For Performing at Event Hosted by Pervez Musharraf’s Relative in Pakistan
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Famous Bollywood singer Mika Singh recently performed at a wedding in Karachi, Pakistan, which raised a furore on social media with fans calling him out on the micro blogging site for his decision. Reportedly, Mika performed at a family event of former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf's relative. Certain reports allege that Mika charged around USD 150,000 (Rs 1.06 crore) for the performance.

Mika's performance at the event came at the heels of Indian government's decision to revoke the special status granted to Jammu and Kashmir. After the Indian government repealed Articles 370 and 35(A), relations between the two governments have worsened and fans were miffed by the fact that Mika performed at the wedding ceremony of the former Pakistani president's relative.

Some fans took to Twitter to express their feelings in the matter. One user wrote, "A traitor may not have been spotted in Pak; but u've brought one to the notice of Indian Tweeple, now! (sic), while another one sarcastically commented, "@MikaSingh hope u were paid well (sic)."

See some of the tweets here:

On Monday, last week, Home Minister Amit Shah announced in Rajya Sabha that Article 370 will be removed via an executive decision.

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