Muslim National Forum Labels Pakistan as 'Atankistan', Highlights PM Modi's Praise
Muslim National Forum Labels Pakistan as 'Atankistan', Highlights PM Modi's Praise

Shahid Sayeed, the national spokesperson of the Muslim National Forum, has commented on Pakistan. He said that international stars like Sachin Tendulkar are visiting the valleys of Jammu and Kashmir. They are freely roaming here with their families, indicating how secure the environment is in Kashmir. He praised the development initiatives undertaken by the Modi government here, highlighting the investments worth billions of rupees in Jammu and Kashmir's development projects.

Sayeed labeled Pakistan as 'Atankistan'. He mentioned that after the abrogation of Article 370 and 35A, Pakistan has received a strong message against its attempts to stoke terrorism in the valley. Prime Minister Modi, while presenting thousands of crores in development projects, has expressed his commitment to transform the valley into a tourist destination, akin to Switzerland. He highlighted the natural beauty of the region, which attracted global attention after hosting the G20 summit. Consequently, there has been significant investment from Gulf countries and other nations.

Commending the efforts of the central government, Sayeed stated that due to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's tireless endeavors, Jammu and Kashmir has received a positive outlook. He emphasized that the presence of international celebrities like Sachin Tendulkar, spending time with local Kashmiris and playing cricket on the streets, demonstrates the success of India's meaningful steps towards making the valley heaven again. Sayeed pointed out that Sachin Tendulkar's presence in Gulmarg reflects the achievements of the Modi government. This proves that Kashmir has not only progressed culturally but also yielded positive results from the government's efforts.

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