Islamabad: The economy of Pakistan, which became an Islamic country after separating from India in 1947, is going from bad to worse. The country's foreign exchange reserves have reached the verge of extinction. Meanwhile, oil companies have also given an ultimatum to PM Shehbaz Sharif that the oil industry is going to finish soon. To improve the condition of the country, Pakistan is seeking loans from many countries around the world, but it has not received enough help to save itself from bankruptcy. Shehbaz Sharif now has only hope from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Meanwhile, a video of a leader of Pakistan's jihadi organization is going viral, in which he is seen threatening another country with a nuclear bomb. In fact, the video of Saad Hussain Rizvi, the leader of Pakistan's radical organization Tehreek-e-Labbaik, is going viral, in which he is advising the Shehbaz Sharif government to scare the whole world through the threat of an atom bomb. During a march in Lahore, Maulana said, "The Pakistani government is begging all over the world by sending presidents, prime ministers, cabinet ministers, and chiefs of army staff. Some countries help and some don't and some countries get us to follow their terms."
आतंकवादी संगठन Tehreek-E-Labbaik Pakistan का Leader Saad Hussain Rizvi “हाथ में Atom Bomb का बक्सा लेकर” देशों को धमका कर भीख माँगने का नुस्ख़ा समझा रहा है…????????#Pakistan pic.twitter.com/C5LqXFLuob— Pradeep JAAT (@khedarpradeep) February 4, 2023
In the video, Maulana further says, 'The government says that the country's economy is in danger and we are going abroad to save the country's economy. Pakistan's cabinet ministers should step out, pick up a suitcase of the Quran in one hand and an atomic bomb in the other and take the entire cabinet to Sweden. Go there and say that we have come to protect the Quran, then the whole universe will come at your feet." Let us tell you that recently the case of the burning of the Quran came to light in Sweden, after which objection was raised by all the Muslim countries.
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