Thursday, January 20, 2022


Masood Azhar resurfaces after abrogation of Article 370, warns of ‘stormy attacks’, echoes Pak PM Imran Khan’s threat

Few days back, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan had also warned of 'Pulwama type attack' in the wake of abrogation of Article 370 by Indian government.

Pakistan PM Imran Khan warns India of another Pulwama like attack due to effective abrogation of Article 370

Pulwama attack was engineered by Pakistan based Jaish-e-Muhammad terror outfit, killing 40 CRPF personnel

Pakistani minister believes Imran Khan is more popular than PM Modi in India, netizens left amused

Pakistan Minister claimed that if Imran Khan were to hold a rally in Delhi, he would attract larger crowd than PM Modi.

Two years later, Pakistanis continue to have prolonged meltdown, still want to ‘destroy Modi’ over abrogation of Article 370 in J&K

Pakistan and Congress (and other wokes, leftists) have a common enemy and that is Prime Minister Narendra Modi. They perhaps hate him more than they love Rahul Gandhi.

Imran Khan and Rahul Gandhi always find the same opponent, same organisation to blame for their own failures: Read details

Confronted by an ANI journalist, Imran Khan tried to repeat his favourite rant, blaming RSS for halt in bilateral dialogue between India and Pakistan.

PM Imran Khan urges Pakistani filmmakers to promote ‘Pakistaniyat’ and not copy Bollywood

Imran Khan urged filmmakers in Pakistan to promote "Pakistaniyat" and avoid copying Bollywood and Hollywood.

‘Muslims must kill 4-6 persons before dying’: Congress’ new minority cell head Imran Pratapgarhi and his hate-filled ‘shayari’. Details

The newly appointed Congress minority cell head Imran Pratapgarhi is believed to be the favourite of Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.

Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi backtracks after saying ‘Article 370 is India’s internal matter’

In a tweet, Qureshi claimed that the Jammu and Kashmir is an 'internationally recognised dispute' and as such cannot constitute India's internal matter.

Imran Khan had approved restoring trade ties with India as Commerce Minister, but rejected it as the Prime Minister

The outlandish statement came on the heels Pakistan refusing to lift the ban and import sugar and cotton from India

Under pressure, Imran Khan govt decides against removing Pakistan declared ban on trade with India

Effectively, within 24 hours, Pakistan 'lifted' a ban on imports from India which it had unilaterally taken and revoked the same decision.
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