Pakistani singer gets ready with snakes, crocodiles to teach Modi a lesson for Kashmir, Twitter in splits

Bangladesh Live News | @banglalivenews | 05 Sep 2019

Pakistani singer gets ready with snakes, crocodiles to teach Modi a lesson for Kashmir, Twitter in splits
Islamabad: Days after Pakistani Railway Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmad received an electric shock while criticising Narendra Modi, a Pakistani singer has threatened the Indian Prime Minister with snakes and crocodiles for abrogating Article 370.

Singer Rabi Pirzada took to Twitter to share a video where she was seen with a number of snakes, crocodiles and later even went on to sing a song.


Referring to herself as a Kashmiri, Pirzada heard saying in the video, "You can see a Kashmiri girl is ready with snakes for India. All these snakes are gifts for Modi. You (Modi) are disturbing the Kashmiris, see what I have brought for you. So get ready to die hell. Ok?"


The video has left several Twitterati in splits as reflected on their reactions and comments.


A Twitter user in the name Munna Bhai said, "Girl, you need some serious treatment, apply for a medical visa we will provide you with best assistance."


"With 370 and 35A, are you all going mental? earlier first use of nukes threat now down to snakes?" said another user.


Another user shared an image and said, "Deploy all your to. This is how they will be welcomed. Snakes know very well, who is their Lord."


Last week, Pakistan Railway Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, who was protesting against New Delhi's move to abrogate Article 370, received an electric shock at a time when he was criticising Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.


Ahmed received the shock immediately after saying, "We are aware of your intentions, Narendra Modi....."


"I think I got an electric current. Never mind. Modi can't ruin this rally," Ahmed said after receiving the shock.


After India scrapped Article 370 to withdraw Jammu and Kashmir's special status on August 5, Pakistan came out with a sharp criticism of New Delhi. However, the Narendra Modi government maintained Kashmir is India's bilateral matter. 


Though Pakistan took the matter to the international arena, India's stand on Kashmir was widely acknowledged by other countries. 

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