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In which three areas Pakistan outperformed India, tells Asad Umar

In a tweet on Tuesday, he listed three areas in which Pakistan edged out India. Umar said that it all started with Pakistan’s armed forces giving a befitting reply to India on its violation of the airspace of Pakistan in 2019.

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According to Minister for Planning and Development, Asad Umar, Pakistan has outperformed India on three significant fronts in the last three years.

In a tweet on Tuesday, he listed three areas in which Pakistan edged out India. Umar said that it all started with Pakistan’s armed forces giving a befitting reply to India on its violation of the airspace of Pakistan in 2019. India conducted a fake surgical strike at Balakot and in response, Pakistan Air Force downed two Indian jets leading to the capture of one Indian Air Force pilot, Abhinandan Varthaman.

“A mindset has developed in India that Pak can be crushed & there is no need to work out our differences. Last 3 years reality check: Pak dominated India in kinetic conflict post balakot,” said Asad Umar in a tweet.

 

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He then discussed how Pakistan tactfully dealt with the pandemic coronavirus crisis as compared to India that recorded the highest death rates due to coronavirus earlier this year.

In the last, Asad Umar referred to the smashing victory of Pakistan against India by 10 wickets in the T20 World Cup match. “Outperformed India in it’s covid response and outclassed India on the cricket field,” said Asad Umar.

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In the following tweet, Asad Umar said that Pakistan and India share history and borders. He called for a comprehensive dialogue between both countries. Asad Umar said that Pakistan is ready for dialogue and give peace a chance but asked if India is ready to move forward towards peace.

“With a shared history that no attempt at re-writing can erase. Shared geographical proximity that cannot be wished away. We should have a comprehensive dialog for resolving all our differences for a shared future of peace & prosperity. Pakistan is ready. Is India ready?,” asked Asad Umar in another tweet.

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