Urdu Press Review: ‘We are not afraid of Narendra Modi’s Jackal threats’

_100979799_gettyimages-842522396.jpgApart from Pakistan’s internal politics this week in Urdu newspapers, published from Pakistan, a statement made by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in London was also in the headlines.

First of all, a statement from Narendra Modi.

Modi went to Britain to attend the meeting of chiefs of Commonwealth countries. During this time, he participated in a program called ‘Talk of India, with everyone’ in London.

In the Central Hall of Westminster in London, the ‘India talk, with everyone’ program was organized. Renowned songwriter and president of the censor board, Prasoon Joshi was asking the Prime Minister questions of himself and the people who had already decided.

The Indian community was included in the Central Hall. During this, they were also asked about the question of alleged surgical strike on Pakistan.

Modi’s reply, story of surgical strike

What is the answer to Pakistan only?
In September 2016, the Indian Army had claimed that it had surgical strikes near the Line of Control with Pakistan. The Pakistani army, while refuting the claims of India, had said that the action was limited to firing on the Line of Control.

In response to the question asked on the Surgical Strike, Prime Minister Modi said, “India’s character is to be invincible, it is to be victorious, but it is not India’s character to snatch someone’s rights.” But when there is an industry to export terrorism Sitting down, innocent citizens of my country are killed, they do not have the power to fight, if they try to strike on the back, then it is Modi, in that same language Knows the answer. ”

Pakistan has reacted sharply on this statement of Modi.
India pauses the back of the terrorists
According to the newspaper ‘World’, Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokesman Dr. Mohammed Faisal said that India is not in any misunderstanding, Pakistan knows how to protect itself.

The spokesman said, “The claim of Indian surgical strike in Pakistan is false, hollow and baseless. Repeating lies repeatedly makes it not a reality.”

The newspaper ‘Nava-e-Waqt’ has written, “Modi’s peacock is not afraid of the feudalists. The world knows who is the terrorist and its gangster, India is patching the back of terrorists in Pakistan, in the arrest of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav of Pakistan. There is evidence of this. ”
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahid Khakan Abbasi
According to ‘Daily News’, Pakistani Foreign Minister Khwaja Asif has expressed strong objection to Modi’s statement.

According to the newspaper, the External Affairs Minister had said, “The Indian Prime Minister’s claim to have a surgical strike on Pakistan is a way of getting support from the people, or whether he speaks of his army responsible for oppression and war crimes in Kashmir and other parts of India. They are. ”

Nearly all newspapers have covered Modi’s program in different ways.

According to the newspaper ‘Jung’, at the end of the program, a person present there asked Modi how you do so, what is the secret of your health.

In response, Modi said, “The secret of my health is to consume two kg of daily poison and I have been taking this dose for the last 20 years.”

Modi’s reply to ‘Surgical Strike’

IMF chief on Modi’s security
Nawaz’s appeal was rejected
In addition to Modi, Pakistan’s politics was also spreading in newspapers.

Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz had applied in the NAB (National Accountability Bureau) court that in a matter of corruption, they should be allowed only a week’s time to appear before the court.

But the court rejected his appeal.

According to the newspaper ‘Express’, the court allowed only one day Friday to be absent and also said that if Sharif does not appear in court due to any compulsion on the next hearing, then he will be absconding. Can apply for stay

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