Singer Mika Singh was facing a ban after he performed in Pakistan for Pervez Musharraf’s relative’s wedding. The Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) had issued a formal announcement banning the singer from working in the film industry as he decided to perform in Pakistan despite the tension between the two countries. The FWICE had said in its letter that the singer had shown disrespect to his own country by choosing to performing in Pakistan for Pervez Musharraf’s relative’s wedding.
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In the latest development in the Mika Singh ban case, the Federation of Western India Cine Employees has lifted the ban after the singer apologized for his performance in Pakistan. The official statement that issued the singer’s withdrawal of ban of working in India also mentioned by the crew which performed with the singer will not be permitted to work with Mika Singh in the future. In a press conference held, the singer said that he apologizes to everyone who was hurt by his performance in Pakistan.
He also adds that it was not intentional on his part to perform in Pakistan when there was a lot of friction between the two countries after Indian government decided to scrap Article 370 of the constitution. The singer while talking at the press conference also admitted that he went to perform in Pakistan after he was issued a visa to travel. Mika Singh said if he has made a mistake of performing in Pakistan then he is ready to apologize to every single person who was hurt by my actions.