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Imran Khan’s new Friday fad: Comes to PoK to declare that Indian Muslims will rise against India

Earlier, Pakistan had halted traffic and forced people to 'stand' for 30 minutes for the sake of Kashmir. After yesterday's 'Big Jalsa', next Friday's entertainment plan is yet to be announced.

Imran Khan, the Prime Minister of the country where most of the world’s Islamic jihadis are manufactured, has declared that the ‘Kashmir situation’ will drive more Muslims in the world to become extremists. He added that those extremist people will ‘rise against India’.

Khan had yesterday addressed a rally in PoK Muzaffarabad which was trended as ‘Kashmir Solidarity Jalsa’. After his call of ‘standing for 30 mins’ for the sake of Kashmir was a flop show, Khan had planned this rally in PoK’s Muzaffarabad to make some more noise against India while the Indian government keeps giving zero attention to his frustrated rants.

Khan had ferried celebrities from Islamabad and Karachi to Muzaffarabad in an aeroplane to attend the rally. However, unlike Pakistan’s investor summit in Azerbaijan, there were no belly dancers in the rally.

Speaking like a faithful servant of Pakistan’s terrorist organisations, Imran Khan stated, “When atrocities get to their peak, people would prefer that death is better than this insulting life,” Khan said in the speech. “I want to tell India that by detaining thousands of people, you are pushing people into extremism.

For some reason, Pakistan keeps hallucinating that just because they make a big deal about Islam and Muslims, other Muslim nations in the world are somehow their friends and allies. Completely ignoring the fact that major Islamic nations like Saudi Arabia, UAE, and others gave no attention to Pakistan’s howlings and carried on their business and bilateral deals as usual with India, Khan assumed that all the 1.2 billion Muslims in the world are jobless enough to listen to him.

“People will rise against India, and it is not just about Indian Muslims, there are 1.25 billion Muslims around the world. They all are watching this,” said Imran Khan.

Khan had appointed himself as the ‘ambassador of Kashmir’ a few weeks back. Though there was no news of another military coup in Islamabad and Khan getting sacked by Bajwa, Khan had just imagined a new post and had assumed it.

In yesterday’s rally, he again declared that he is the ambassador of Kashmir and he is going to ‘defend’ Kashmir in the UN general assembly. He then asserted that the reason for him becoming a Kashmiri ambassador are him being a Pakistani, a Muslim and a human.

Khan’s speech was also laced with blatant Hinduphobia and terrorist threats against India. He screamed that PM Modi has been an RSS cadre since childhood and that is why he hates Muslims, Christians, and all minorities. He also claimed that the Indian armed forces are committing atrocities against the Kashmiri people and the Kashmiri people are not afraid of death anymore.

He also claimed that he has successfully internationalised the Kashmiri issue. Though Khan managed to scream successfully like a true parrot of Pakistan’s Jihadis, the people in Muzafarabad were reportedly not so excited to see him.

PoK activist Amjad Ayub Mirza had stated yesterday that Khan’s party and the Pakistani authorities had ferried people from Abottabad and Rawalpindi to attend the rally.

Like new movies, every Friday, Pakistan and its PM are declaring a new fad every Friday to rant and howl against India. Earlier, they had halted traffic and forced people to ‘stand’ for 30 minutes. After yesterday’s ‘Big Jalsa’, next Friday’s entertainment plan is yet to be announced.

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