Pak Neta Who Got A Shock On Saying 'Modi' Claims 'India Wants Me Dead'

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Pak Minister Sheikh Rasheed in a ludicrous claim said that Indian politicians have been wishing for his death, a day after suffering while addressing a rally.

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

Pakistan Railway Minister Sheikh Rasheed in a ludicrous claim has said that Indian politicians have been wishing for his death.  Addressing a press conference in Lahore, Pakistan PM Imran Khan's Minister said that PM Modi made a big mistake by abrogating the Article 370 and that it is the Indian Prime Minister's agenda to 'destroy Pakistan.'

Earlier on August 28, Sheikh Rasheed had predicted that India and Pakistan would go on a full-blown war in either October or November. On August 23, Sheikh Rasheed was pelted with eggs and was allegedly punched for using "abusive language" against Pakistan Opposition leader Bilawal Bhutto Zardari in London. 

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The same Pakistan Minister suffered an electric shock on Friday while speaking against PM Modi at a rally in Pakistan during the 'Kashmir Hour.' Pakistan's 'motormouth' Minister said, "We are aware of your intentions, Narendra Modi," and immediately after uttering the sentence, he got an electric shock in his hand, forcing him to discontinue his speech.

"Current lag gaya. Khair, koi baat nahi. Mera khayal hai, current aagaya. (I think it was electric current. Never mind. Modi cannot ruin this rally," Sheikh Rasheed added as the crowd bursted in laughter during the solidarity movement. 

He even added that both Samjhauta Express and Thar Express trains were shut down in order to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir.

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Kashmir Hour

Pakistan observed, "Kashmir Hour" on Friday to express "solidarity" with the people of Kashmir, as a part of Pakistan's propaganda over the abrogation of Article 370 from the valley and the subsequent communication blackout. In the "Kashmir Hour," Imran Khan urged people across Pakistan to stop their work from 12 to 12:30, and stand up for Kashmir, literally.  

Article 370

On August 5, PM Modi led government abrogated Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir stripping the state off the special status and bifurcated the state into two union territories of- Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh. 

Ever since, Imran Khan has been attempting to make Kashmir an international issue, fearmongering over New Delhi's treatment of Kashmiris following the communication lockdown, and alleging a probable attempt of "ethnic cleansing." However, in response, the international community has not only looked Pakistan's foul cries over Kashmir but also stated that it is a bilateral issue between New Delhi and Islamabad.

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(with PTI inputs) 

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