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Pakistani singer who threatened PM Modi with python, now faces jail time for keeping exotic animals in her salon

After the video had gone viral, Pakistan's Punjab wildlife department had promptly constituted a team after the video had garnered a lot of criticism from animal rights activists and netizens

Rabi Pirzada, a Pakistani pop-singer who had threatened Prime Minister Modi with snakes now faces legal actions by the Punjab Wildlife Department for the alleged violation of law by keeping prohibited exotic animals as pets.

According to the reports, Pirzada has been slapped with notice after Punjab Wildlife Department took notice of her alleged violation of law after she kept prohibited exotic animals some rare cobras, snakes, a lion and a crocodile as pets in her beauty salon in Lahore.

She has been booked under the Punjab Wildlife (Protection, Conservation and Management) Act of 1974 as possession of such animals is illegal and can lead to imprisonment of two to three years or a fine of up to Rs.20,000.

In a Twitter post, Pakistani singer Rabi Pirzada had issued a bizarre treat to the Indians, particularly Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In a video, Pirzada was seen playing with snakes, crocodile, as she claims these are special gifts for Prime Minister Modi.

Through her video, Pirzada had indirectly threatened of a snake attack against him for revoking special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

Rabi Pirzada claimed that as a Kashmiri, she is ready with her snakes (not a creative euphemism, she actually meant snakes as in the reptiles) and asked Indians to be ready as she is all set to send those snakes across the Line of Control to inflict damage on the Indians. She further said that Indians should be ready to die in hell.

“As a Kashmiri girl, I am ready with all these snakes to gift it to Prime Minister Modi. Get ready to die in hell. All my friends are however peace friendly,” said Rabi Pirzada.

Later, the Pakistani singer began to sing in support of Kashmir. In the video, it can be seen that singer Pirzada is playing along with snakes, whom she refers to it as her friends.

After the video had gone viral, Pakistan’s Punjab wildlife department had promptly constituted a team after the video had garnered a lot of criticism from animal rights activists and netizens

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