'Sapola saanp se milne ja raha hai': Bigg Boss fame Veena Malik froths venom on PM Modi's Israel visit

This is what Pakistani actress turned news anchor Veena Malik said about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Israel

It seems the growing proximity between India and Israel in light of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Jerusalem is giving nightmares to Pakistan. Islamabad is closely watching Modi’s visit to Israel as it can have serious implications in the region, media reports say.

Though Pakistani officials are tight-lipped about Modi’s visit to Jerusalem, there is one Pakistani who could not conceal her discomfort over the latest development. Model turned actress Veena Malik, who has a knack for creating controversies, has donned the hat of a news anchor for a Pakistani channel and she has vented her anger against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Israel’s PM Benjamin Netanyahu as their meeting is hitting international news headlines. Veena is currently working for the Pakistani channel called Pak News. The video of the programme has been shared by the channel on its Twitter page.

The 33 year old, who had a brief stint in bollywood and also appeared in popular Indian realty show, Bigg Boss ran a special segment on Modi’s Israel trip and her anger over the historic meet being the Indian and Israeli’s PM is apparent. Describing India and Israel as ‘evil nations’ who just mean to harm Muslims, Veena went on to make absurd claims. She said the two world leaders are meeting and planning to destroy the lives of thousands of Muslims.She did not stop there and went on to say  ‘ Sapola Saan se milne ja raha hai ( baby snake is going to meet snake)’. Here is what she said. It must be said here. Malik is the same actress who appeared nude on the cover of an Indian magazine with ISI written on her arms– the initials of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence spy agency. Malik and her husband Asad were sentenced to 26 years in prison by a Gilgit court for allegedly airing a blasphemous programme. However, the sentence was revoked later.