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75% missile technology, ‘smart bombs’ at every kilometer: Pakistan’s minister declares their retaliatory plan if India attacks

Rasheed went on to boast that the Pakistani Army has 'kept him' to announce their preparedness. He did not clarify whether DGISPR Ghafoora has been fired from his job because technically, announcements about the army's activities should be Ghafoora's job.

After egg attacks and an electric shock, Pakistan Railway Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad, who is enduring a traumatic period after India’s decisions regarding Jammu and Kashmir, seems to have lost his mental balance.

Speaking to the media, the Railway Minister of the parody country, who recently survived an electric shock even at a time when Pakistan facing its worst power crisis, stated that he would create 22 Pakistans inside India. Furthering his fear-mongering, Rasheed Ahmad said the process of National Register of Citizens (NRC) in India was intended to sideline Muslims in the country and to treat them as second-class citizens.

“Muslims are being degraded in Assam, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh through NRC. Facing 25 crore Muslims will be an impossible task for people like Hitler, Mussolini Modi,” Rasheed Ahmad attempted to incite Muslims within India.

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Rasheed went on to boast that the Pakistani Army has ‘kept him’ to announce their preparedness. He did not clarify whether DGISPR Ghafoora has been fired from his job because technically, announcements about the army’s activities should be Ghafoora’s job.

Rasheed also added that their PM Imran Khan is doing all that it takes to face India, by writing for NYT.

Rasheed also stated that their army knows very well what they have to do when India attacks. He added that they know what they will do at every kilometre of advancement by the Indian Army. Probably Rasheed is aware that a detailed plan to retreat and surrender has been readied.

Expressing his war-mongering fantasy, despite having no strength to fight one, Rasheed Ahmad ‘threatened’ India of war by stating that his country is all prepared to fight against India. Rasheed Ahmad, who seems to be still struggling to gather his thoughts after the electric shock, went on to claim that Pakistan has ‘smart bombs’.

He warned Indian soldiers that if they move towards Lahore or PoK, they should know that Pakistan’s “smart bombs will welcome them”. “Our army is ready,” said the minister.

“We have smart bombs, bombs of all size and impact. If India dares to come, we know what to do. We have 75% missile technology and 25% air technology. We are far ahead than India in these technologies,” said Rasheed Ahmad raising serious questions regarding his mental stability.

Rasheed seems to have a notion that ‘smart’ bombs are stuff like land-mines which he plans to install inside his own territory to harm Indian Army.

Rasheed’s announcement of 75% missile technology and 25% air technology was something unheard of in the world of military strategy. He probably meant that Pakistan’s defence comprises of 75% missile technology and 25% air technology, but that does not explain how the so-called ‘smart bombs’ will be used. But then he had already stated that smart bombs will be laid out like mines at every kilometre, so probably Rasheed thinks missiles flying haywire and planes flying on 25% of Pakistan will scare Indian Army.

If Rasheed has actually replaced Ghafoora as he claims, he is definitely going to be more entertaining than him because of late, Ghafoora has been directing his frustrations towards Bollywood.

Just three days back, Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad had indulged in similar war-mongering propaganda after he had predicted that a full-fledged war between India and Pakistan will take place later this year, during October-November.

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