PAK bowed down before PM Modi, praised India fiercely, said- lesson has been learned, now will not make bombs
A news of Pakistan is going viral on social media, in which Pakistan is seen praising India. Pak PM has also praised Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It has been written in the Pakistani newspaper that under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India’s foreign policy is running efficiently and its GDP has increased to three trillion dollars. Indian economy is progressing. PM Modi has brought India to such a stage, from where the influence of the country has started increasing widely.
For the first time in an opinion published in a leading newspaper of Pakistan, the Prime Minister of India and the country Narendra Modi has been openly praised. This opinion has been published in Pakistan’s leading newspaper Express Tribune. In which it is written that the Indian economy is progressing. This opinion has been written by Shehzad Chaudhary, a renowned political, security and defense analyst from Pakistan.
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Based on the data, Shahzad Chowdhary said that India’s system of governance has stood the test of time and proved to be resilient around the fundamentals needed for a robust democracy. India has emerged as a preferred destination for investors. “In agriculture, their per acre yields are among the best in the world and despite being a country of over 1.4 billion people, there remains a relatively stable, coherent and functional polity”.
He also appealed to the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi. He said that Pakistan wants peace, but whatever is happening in Kashmir should stop. The Pakistani PM said, “We have engineers, doctors and skilled artisans. We want to use these assets to bring prosperity and peace to the region, so that both countries can develop. It is up to us whether we live peacefully and progress or waste both our time and resources fighting each other.
On the issue of war, he said, “We fought three wars with India and these have only given the people trouble, poverty and unemployment. We have learned our lessons and want to live in peace now that our real problems are settled. According to Pakistan, it will now focus on the progress of its country instead of wasting its resources in making bombs and ammunition.
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