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Minister asks people to make biryani of insects
Bunch of jokers rule Pakistan!
11/15/2019 11:22:09 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Nov 15: A Pakistani Minister has once again proved that the neighbouring country is being ruled by the bunch of jokers. Agriculture Minister of Pakistan while reacting to the bug attack on the port city of Karachi has advised the people to catch these insects and make a biryani. "People should not worry. They can catch these bugs and relish a wonderful biryani," the Minister is heard saying in a video clip.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "One can only laugh at the comments made by the Minister. It is ridiculous that the Minister has advised people to eat bugs rather than asking the officials to look for a scientific solution to make the city free of these bugs."
He said since the day Imran Khan has taken over the reigns of Pakistan, his ministers have made ridiculous statements. "His Ministers have been talking about the country having nuclear bombs weighing 250 grams, 500 grams and 1000 grams. When Indian Air Force (IAF) jets carried out an air strike at Balakot in February this year, one of the Ministers said that it was dark that's why the IAF jets couldn't be spotted. Another Minister threatened about waging a war against India on twitter but committed lot of spelling mistakes while writing the post," the analyst added.
He said, "One can only feel sorry for the people of Pakistan. They are being ruled by the politicians who have no sense of responsibility. They seem least bothered about the basic needs of the people and take everything as a joke. They are incompetent people and cannot run a country."
Another analyst said, "Pakistan is at the brink and could disintegrate if the people ruling the country don't change their attitude. China is eyeing Pakistan and could be the biggest beneficiary for Pakistan falling apart."
He said, "The time has vindicated Government of India's foreign policy and its decision not to hold talks with Pakistan as it is no point talking to the bunch of jokers, who rather than pulling out their country out of the mess are obsessed with Kashmir, which is India's internal issue. It is unfortunate that country like India has got a foolish neighbour like Pakistan, whose leaders are run on a remote control by the Pakistani Army, which cannot fight a conventional war with the Indian Army as it lacks skills and techniques and has suffered humiliating defeats in the past."
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