MUMBAI- In his latest masterstroke of investigative journalism the Editor-in-Chief of Times Now and host of The Newshour Arnab Goswami has unveiled how Pakistani intelligence agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) orchestrated the divorce between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to deflect attention away from the Uri attack.
On last night’s The Newshour Goswami called out Pakistani terrorism that had now infiltrated Hollywood.
“Pakistan will not learn a lesson till we punish them,” Goswami said beginning his show. “After the Uri attack, Pakistan has increased radical infiltration into the personal lives of Hollywood celebrities. The reason for this latest terrorist attack that has jolted the showbiz world is to deflect attention from the more conventional terrorist attack in Uri.”
Goswami confirmed that he had obtained evidence from Indian intelligence sources showing how the Pakistani contingent had spent days between the Uri attack and PM Nawaz Sharif’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) trying to break the Hollywood couple apart.
“Pakistan Army provided full cover to the Pakistani terrorists as they entered Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s home in Los Feliz resulting in the overnight divorce between the two,” Goswami said wielding green coloured papers towards the camera.
The Indian journalist further highlighted how Brangelina divorce highlights Pakistan’s desperation after failing to achieve its actual goals.
“A country, and an army, that has failed to separate even a single Bollywood couple in the past 70 years, is now going after easier targets,” he said. “Pakistan is clearly isolated, but we can’t let it get away with terrorising the personal lives of stars that millions of Indians hold so close to their hearts.”
“India wants retribution, India wants revenge, India wants justice. #ActAgainstPak,” Goswami posted on his Facebook page late last night.