PM Shehbaz Sharif Said Pakistan Is Nuclear Power India Can’t See Them With Evil Eyes | Poor Pak PM Shahbaz first begged to talk, now said

Shehbaz Sharif On India: Debt-ridden Prime Minister of Pakistan Shehbaz Sharif has once again given a statement regarding India. Addressing a public meeting in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) on Sunday, Sharif had claimed that India cannot cast an “evil eye” on his nuclear-armed country. If this happens, then he has the power to remove the ‘eye of the enemy’.

Shahbaz Sharif said in PoK, ‘Pakistan is a nuclear power and India cannot look at us with a bad eye. We have the power to take it out and crush it underfoot. It is noteworthy that the statement of PM Sharif of Pakistan has come at a time when the country is facing the worst economic crisis ever.

PM Modi had warned

Interestingly, earlier in 2019, while addressing an election rally, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said that India has stopped the policy of fear of threats from Pakistan and India has not kept its nuclear arsenal for Diwali.

‘Shameful to beg for nuclear energy’

Earlier last month, Prime Minister Sharif expressed regret over the situation in Pakistan and said that it was shameful for a nuclear country to beg in front of other countries to fulfill the basic demands of its citizens. Please tell that the United Arab Emirates has given financial assistance of $ 2 billion to Islamabad.

‘Ashamed to have asked for the loan’

The Middle Eastern country has also promised an additional $1 billion to Pakistan, as it is still struggling to recover from devastating floods and a severe economic crisis. According to The News International, PM Sharif said in an event, ‘He is ashamed of asking for the loan.’ He also said that if the money is not paid on time, he will work to worsen the economic situation further.

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