Mika Singh faces a ban by All India Cine Workers Association after performing for Pervez Musharraf's relative

Mika Singh has been banned by the All India Cine Workers Association (AICWA) after he performed in Karachi for Pervez Musharraf's relative. As per reports, All India Cine Workers Association has said that it will not allow anyone in the industry to work with the singer.
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Singer Mika Singh has been banned by the All India Cine Workers Association (AICWA) after he performed in Karachi for Pervez Musharraf's relative. Many people have called out on the Jugni singer for performing in Karachi. There was a lot of anger against Mika after he performed for Pervez Musharraf's relative in Karachi, Pakistan. The fans also have expressed their displeasure on the singer's decision to perform in Karachi at the event, that was said to be a wedding.

Just this last week, the government in India had scrapped the Article 370 of the Constitution and convert Jammu and Kashmir into two separate Union Territories. This decision by the Indian government had drew some strong reactions from the Pakistan side. While all the two countries are facing a lot of tension, Mika Singh's performance in Karachi received a lot of flak from many and fans too have expressed their anger on social media. The All India Cine Workers Association has issued an official statement banning singer Mika Singh for his performance in Karachi.

As per reports, All India Cine Workers Association has said that it will not allow anyone in the industry to work with the singer as he is being banned. The organization feels that Mika Singh did not care much about the country's pride when he decided to perform in Karachi for a wedding which was for Pervez Musharraf's relative. This step by the singer did not go down well with anyone from the All India Cine Workers Association. Now, AICWA has asked the I&B Ministry to look into this case.

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