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BJP lawmaker ‘copies’ ISPR’s Pakistan Zindabad song, prompting reactions on Twitter

BJP lawmaker ‘copies’ ISPR’s Pakistan Zindabad song, prompting reactions on Twitter

A lawmaker from India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has released a song unmistakably similar to the patriotic anthem produced by the Pakistani military’s media wing for March 23, prompting reactions from Twitterati on this side of the border.

Raja Singh, a member of the Legislative Assembly in the southern Indian state of Telangana, in a tweet on Friday announced that he would release a “new song” on April 14 on the occasion of Rama Navami, a spring Hindu festival, as a tribute to the Indian army.

The tweet was accompanied by a video of the BJP lawmaker recording the song at a studio, with its tune and lyrics almost identical to that of the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) song released ahead of Pakistan Day and sung by Sahir Ali Bagga. The lyrics of the Indian song, however, have been altered from ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ to ‘Hindustan Zindabad’.

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