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Triggering widespread panic across the subcontinent, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister, Hina Rabbani Khar, and her Indian counterpart, SM Krishna, have gone missing, hours after they managed to watch Salman Khan starrer ‘Ek Tha Tiger’. The whole of India is on red alert and on the lookout for the two. In particular, security has been tightened near Birkin bag vendors, in the hope of spotting the duo there.
Furious at the development, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani thundered, “We banned this movie in Pakistan, mainly because we didn’t want Hina to watch it and get ideas of escaping like Katrina. Who in the Pakistani government will even attend office now that Hina is gone? Besides, we already have the LeT here. Why allow Pakistan to inflict another torture upon itself by screening ETT? Also, we’ve heard that India’s Foreign Minister has also gone missing! They’re worse than us – isn’t their current Prime Minister missing too?” before he was reminded that the Indian Prime Minister was recently seen addressing the Parliament. “Oh, so that was the PM himself? I thought they had kept his statue and played a pre-recorded speech…because I didn’t see any sign of life!” said Kayani.
The Pakistan Army Chief maintained that the developments have left him incredulous. “In real life, it’s our playboys like Imran Khan and other tigers who elope with your chicks, not the other way round. To have SM Krishna of all people now vamoose with our Foreign Minister, wow. I still can’t believe it,” he gasped.
US Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney also expressed concern on the absence of Khar, saying, “It is unfortunate that Pakistan’s car has gone missing. Hope they locate the vehicle soon. I mean, the Indian foreign minister has to stop the car for gas somewhere, shouldn’t he?”
However, sources said that Krishna and Hina were spotted at Vishakapatnam in India, buying tickets for the T-20 match between India and New Zealand. “Krishnaji is like a father figure to me. He told me that he very badly wanted to witness the return of Manmohan Singh. I guess he meant Yuvraj Singh. So we capitalized on the new liberalized visa regime we just signed and made a dash for Vizag,” Hina later told our Andhra correspondent, XYZ Reddy.