A day after star designer passes away, Kapil Sibal calls Pakistan 'Karl Lagerfeld' of terror
On Tuesday, Karl Lagerfeld, a superstar fashion designer and also the creative director of Chanel and Fendi, took his last breath at the age of 85 after days of being unwell and missing out on a few shows of his own brand. From designers of rival brands to iconic supermodels and more, the world of fashion mourns his death. The late designer, however, has found his name in a rather dull comparison. He wouldn't have probably approved of politician Kapil Sibal's remarks!
Sibal, while reacting to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran's Khan's reaction on the Pulwama terror attack, tweeted drawing a comparison between the neighbouring country and Lagerfeld. "Pakistan is the Karl Lagerfeld ( late globally recognised fashion designer ) of terror," he wrote. Knowing that Lagerfeld continues to stand as an undisputed legend in the world of fashion and was a man of self-made accomplishments, comparing him to Pakistan (which, according to him, is harbouring terrorism) would barely make any sense!
Sibal's remarks came after Imran Khan refused Pakistan's association with the terror attack. "Pakistan is moving towards stability. Why would we do something like this? If you have any actionable intelligence that a Pakistani is involved, give it to us. I guarantee you, we will take action, not because we are under pressure, but because they are acting as enemies of Pakistan,” he said.