India's blueprint is ready for PoK's return home, Pakistan is spending its days in panic

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Bengali Hunt Desk: India has extended a helping hand to the world during the Corona virus crisis. Someone is being helped by sending medicine, while if a passenger from another country is stuck elsewhere, India is also rescuing them. But what is Pakistan doing during this crisis? Prime Minister Narendra Modi goes to any international arena and explains their power to Pakistan. This time, Pakistan's panic has increased since India predicted the weather in PoK, Gilgit-Baltistan.

India has recently started forecasting the weather in Pakistan's POK and Gilgit-Baltistan. India informs Pakistan that POK (Pakistan Occupied Kashmir) is ours and the weather there is ours. And India has taken the first step towards returning to Pew's house.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is still in the mood to respond to Pakistan amid the corona virus. Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned terrorism at the NAM's country meeting and without naming Pakistan, said some people were busy spreading the deadly virus of terrorism, fake news and fake videos.

In the fight against coronavirus, India advised Pakistan to think and work for the betterment of the country. Change the character of terrorism. But in Corona, Pakistan continues their notoriety. And because of this notoriety, Pakistan is dreaming of Kashmir and this time it is going to lose Pakistan-occupied Kashmir as well as Gilgit-Baltistan.

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan is once again pleading in the court of the world and saying save us. He recently said that he would expose India's continued efforts to target Pakistan to the world.

Mar is still stuck in Imran Khan's chest with Kashmir. This time Imran Khan is spending his days in extreme fear with POK and Gilgit. Pakistan should have thought before sending militants to Handwara. This time a tsunami of India's anger will come and in that tsunami Pakistan will be swept away like straw. India started doing what it said, this time after Pakistan's notoriety.

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