Most of the times people shy away from taking responsibility for their acts, be it big or trivial. But recent developments post abolition of special status to Jammu and Kashmir have opened a new door for those who are coming forward to take responsibility.

Ever since the abrogation of Article 370 and declaring Kashmir and Ladakh as two union territories, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has made his stance clear. “I have nominated myself as the ambassador of Kashmir and will fight the case for freedom of Kashmir till the very end,” he said while addressing the students of Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology (GIKI) in Swabi, Pakistan.

Come to see of it, there are others who have not directly claimed as the ambassadors but their actions make them eligible for the roles.

Pakistan is giving shelter to underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, who is one of the most wanted criminals in India. However, Pakistan is allegedly saving Dawood from India's hands and looks like, if left free he will gladly accept the offer of being the ambassador of Pakistan.

Another Indian who is making news in a foreign country is bank loan defaulter and ‘king of good times’, Vijay Mallya.

Before he was caught, he escaped to the UK, where he is currently residing. He is attending hearings and even had said that if India has standard prisons like in the UK, he will come to India and surrender. Looks like he loves the UK and can be considered eligible for being the ambassador of UK as well as to UK.

But in fact, is ambassador still in demand?