Arshi Khan paints President Donald Trump on her bare backside to protest visa restrictions

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Arshi Khan paints President Donald Trump on her bare backside to protest visa restrictions

Controversial Indian model of Pakistani and Afghani descent, Arshi Khan, lost no time to make her displeasure for President Donald Trump known. As we reported earlier, on Wednesday, Arshi Khan was denied a visa to travel to the USA. Arshi Khan is of Pakistani-Afghani descent. It is quite possible that her visa application was rejected because of her religion as she is a Muslim and has several relatives staying in the Clifton area of Karachi as well as in Afghanistan, Arshi Khan’s publicist and spokesperson Flynn Remedios said in Mumbai. To send out a “strong signal” to the US administration, Arshi Khan decided not to appeal or beg and plea with the US Government. Instead, she took matters into her own hands and did what she always does best – shed her clothes and show off her curvaceous body with her displeasure showing in bold letters (or images).

Arshi Khan with President Donald Trump mug shots

This time she told her spokesperson Flynn Remedios to help her get herself painted with President Donald Trump’s mugshot on her bare back side. While we know that Arshi Khan can be really crazy at times, their joint collaboration possibly did wonders. And we think even President Trump and his “A” team may be amused by the results. All is fair in love and war, President Trump, Remedios said, after the painting job was over. According to a statement issued by Arshi Khan‘s publicist in Mumbai , Arshi Khan had applied for a US visa about 15 days ago. “Today morning (Wednesday), Arshi Khan was informed by the US Embassy that her visa application has been rejected. While no reason was given by Embassy officials, only a one line denial – ‘Due to our current policies we are unable to issue you a visa at this time’, was issued, Arshi Khan’s publicist said that it was due to the Trump effect.

Arshi Khan with Pakistani flag & President-Donald Trump photos

Recently, Arshi Khan posed with a Pakistani flag painted on her bust and crotch. Few days ago, in an apparent bid to support Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi’s Pakistan Super League (PSL) team Peshawar Zalmi, Arshi Khan painted Afridi’s images on her boobs and panties. In India, Arshi Khan is seen to be pro-Pakistani and has openly supported Pakistani cricket teams playing in India. Last year, a man claiming to be affiliated to the Shiv Sena – a political party in Maharashtra, hurled an empty beer bottle at Arshi Khan during a photo shoot in Mumbai. The bottle missed Arshi Khan and the local police station at Versova immediately registered an FIR against unknown persons for trespass and attempt to disturb the peace.Meanwhile, Tanveer Hussain, a ‘slow shoe- running’ Kashmiri champion who was selected to represent India in one of the world championships to be held in New York on 25th February, in spite of complete documentation, was held back by the embassy citing ‘current policy’ which weren’t in his favour.

President Trump is “racist” and intolerant of world cultures and religions. He is targeting Muslims across the world, Arshi Khan said in Mumbai, explaining why she resorted to such “drastic steps” in protest of the POTUS executive orders. “The President of the US should understand that all Muslims are not terrorists and as I Muslim, I can say that many Muslims all over the world like myself are the most fun-loving and tolerant people. Last week, President Trump signed an executive order to suspend refugee arrivals and impose tough new controls on travellers from seven Muslim countries, which induced immediate confusion and outrage across the globe. Fulfilling his campaign promises, Trump suspended the entire U.S. refugee resettlement programme for at least 120 days while tough new vetting rules are established. He said that the executive order is aimed at ensuring the security and welfare of the United States. It has also been announced that no visas will be issued for 90 days to migrants or visitors from seven Muslim dominant countries: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

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