Modi has lost balance internal and external reaction to Kashmir: Fawad Ch 1

Modi has lost balance internal and external reaction to Kashmir: Fawad Ch

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Islamabad: Federal Minister of Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry said Thursday that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is making internal and external comments on Kashmir, nationality legislation and economic downturn. Balance lost after reaction.

The minister took to Twitter and stressed that people of India must defeat ‘Modimadness.’ The Indian premier is under pressure to lose another State Elections (Delhi on February 8), Fawad Chaudhry said.

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader further remarked that Narendra Modi resorts to ridiculous claims and threats endangering the entire region.

Modi has lost balance internal and external reaction to Kashmir: Fawad Ch 2

It is necessary to mention here that Modi has said that the Indian army can defeat Pakistan within 7 to 10 days when handling the incident in Delhi.

The Pakistani Ministry of Foreign Affairs (FO) has steadfastly rejected Narendra Modi’s irresponsibility and incitement to war. FO spokesperson Aisha Farooqui said in a statement that the comments were India’s persistent obsession with Pakistan and the government and leadership of the People’s Party, desperately trying to divert attention from its discriminatory, anti-Kashmir and anti Another reflection of the shift in domestic and foreign criticism of minority policy.

The spokesman said the threats and provocative remarks of the Indian Prime Minister further illustrated the extremist mentality that penetrated BJP’s leadership and clearly penetrated Indian state institutions.

She also said that Pakistan’s immediate and effective response to the Barakot disaster in India, including the fall of Indian fighter jets and the capture of Indian pilots last year, is sufficient to underline the will, capabilities and willingness of our forces .

“No one should underestimate the determination of the Pakistani people and the armed forces to effectively thwart any aggression,” she said.

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