Pampore attack: RSS withdraws iftar party invitation to Pakistan High commissioner Abdul Basit

Coming under huge political pressure after Pampore attack, Rashtriya Muslim Manch, a minority wing of RSS, has withdrawn the iftar party invitation to Pakistan High commissioner Abdul Basit.
The Iftar party is to be held at Parliament Annexe on July 2.
Mohd Afzal, national convenor, Muslim Rashtirya Manch told CNN NEWS18, “We have cancelled the invite of Pak High Commission. We can’t have iftar with them when our soldiers are being killed. We want to send a strong message that India will not tolerate this. We also want govt to send a message to them. What we did in Burma, we should also do the same in Pakistan.
At least 8 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawans were killed in an ambush in Pampore in Kashmir on June 25.
On the same day, the Pakistan High commissioner Abdul Basit hosted an iftar party inviting Kashmiri separatists.
Basit also refused to condemn the attack on CRPF men when questioned by the media persons.
Earlier on Monday, the Congress launched an attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying he is clueless about diplomacy, especially with regard to Pakistan.
“In Pampore, brave Indian soldiers were martyred. For last five months, 50 terrorists have crossed the border. They have continued attacking our soldiers. We want to ask the Prime Minister, till when are we supposed to suffer these attacks, ANI quoted Sibal as saying.
Sibal also attacked RSS saying while our jawans are getting martyred, they were busy inviting the Pakistan High Commissioner to iftar parties.