BJP Leader Sends Mirror To Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan After He Calls Modi A ‘Small Man’BJP leader Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga (left) and order details shared by him (right). 

Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga has sent a mirror to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, who had recently said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a ‘small man occupying a big office’.

Khan, who took office as the 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan earlier this month, had said on Twitter that Modi does not have a vision. His tweet, in which he did not name the Prime Minister, came after India cancelled talks with Pakistan. The decision to cancel talks between External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and her Pakistani counterpart was made by the Modi government after the killing of three policemen in Kashmir by Pakistan-sponsored terrorists.

The government had decided to hold talks with Khan sought a meeting between the foreign ministers of the two countries in a letter to Modi.

The government had decided in favour of talks despite the killing of a Border Police Force jawan by Pakistani soldiers a day before. The body of the jawan, which was mutilated, was reportedly found in Pakistani territory.

Bagga, a spokesperson of the BJP’s Delhi unit, had also sent footwear to Pakistan’s High Commission in Delhi after the country had refused to return the shoes of the wife of Kulbhushan Jadhav when she travelled to Islamabad along with Jadhav’s mother to meet him. Later, Pakistan had claimed that it had found a ‘metal chip’ in the shoes of Jadhav’s wife and it was being examined.

Following Bagga, hundreds of Twitter followers had sent footwear to the Pakistan High Commission to protest against the move.

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