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Indian astrologer predicts PM Modi will give surprise shock to Pakistan

An Indian astrologer has predicted that India will give a shock to Pakistan by the end of this year. In response, Pakistani Twitteratis posted hilarious memes over the prediction and assured the astrologer that Pakistan's armed forces will make sure that India once again suffers immense humiliation across the globe.

Indian astrologer named, Anirudh Kumar Mishra, in his tweet had claimed that India will give a surprise shock to Pakistan in the coming November. He did not give the exact date but says that India will disturb Pakistan in the time frame from November to January of next year.

Mishra has not given exact information about the upcoming plans of India. But the tweet seems to threaten Pakistan with some aggressive action from India. “Prime Minister Narendra Modi will give a surprise shock to Pakistan in upcoming November-January period,” wrote Anirudh Mishra in a tweet.


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Mishra is a Vedic astrologer with 94,000 followers on Twitter. His tweet has received a humungous reaction from both India and Pakistan. Indian citizens posted boastful comments talking about how India will break Pakistan into pieces.

Meanwhile, Pakistani Twitteratis mocked the Indian astrologer and reminded the Indians of the February 19, 2019 incident in which Pakistan had downed two Indian jets and had arrested one Indian PAF pilot, Abhinandan Varthaman.

Pakistani netizens posted hilarious comments and memes on social media. Some said that India must be mindful of attacking Pakistan. Twitteratis assured the Indian astrologer that Pakistan and its armed forces will respond similarly to Feb 2019 that will make India suffer immense humiliation across the globe.

India and Pakistan had been at loggerheads for the past few weeks. The countries have exchanged harsh statements against each other.

Pakistan has called out India for running a malicious and fake campaign globally on various fronts.




In the latest news, spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri on Tuesday strongly rebutted a concocted news item of Asian News International (ANI), an Indian news outlet, about withdrawal of GSP+ status to Pakistan. It called terming it a ‘fabricated and a continuation of India’s malicious propaganda against Pakistan’.

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Responding to media queries regarding a report by an ANI, an Indian-based news agency, the spokesperson in a statement said that currently, the European Parliament was on summer recess till autumn and there had been no discussion on Pakistan since April 2021.