After "Tauba Tauba", a Pakistani anchor gets poetic for PM Modi
Pakistani anchor mentions that if he doesn't mend his ways then Pakistan sure knows how to teach India a lesson.
If you have been busy with standing in queues for cash and couldn't enjoy this video, we highly recommend you to watch this Pakistani news anchor dramatically threatening Prime Minister Narendra Modi to mends his ways during a TV news show.
A video wherein a Pakistani TV anchor, whose no details have been available, speaks in a theatrical manner warning PM Modi and India has now been watched around 2 lakh times. The video comes a few months after India carried out surgical strike along the Line of Control on seven terror launch pads, a move for which the PM was lauded across the country.
In the video released on December 7, the anchor who is seen sitting inside a news studio, warns PM Modi on acting against Pakistan. She also mentions that if he doesn't mend his ways then Pakistan sure knows how to teach India a lesson.
In a very poetic tone, she says, "Modi sahab, aapko laakh baar samjhaya hain, lekin kab samajh main aaya hai, har baar aate ho, buri niyat laate ho, har baar peeth dikhaate ho, dum dabakar bhaagte ho, har baar maar khate ho or pehle se buri tarah khaate ho (Mr Modi, we have tried to make you understand a lakh times, but all in vain. Each time you head our way with wrong intentions, in the end you face defeat and are forced to return, and each time it is a defeat much worse than the previous one)."
With a powerful command over her language, the anchor says that Indian soldiers, helicopters and drones manage to venture into Pakistan's territory by mistake and we forgive. She warns, that if the neighbouring country decides to do the same then nobody will be able to save India.
She further keeps warning that Pakistan is far ahead of India. She is heard saying, "Zameen ho, aasmaan ho, ya samundar ki gehraiyaan, har jagah aag aur khakh aaka istaqbal karengi. Lekin hum nahi chahte kal tareeq ke taadil kitaabom mei pade ki ek tha bharat, aur ek tha narendra modi. (Be it land, sky or deep waters, only fire and ashes will welcome you. We just don't want kids to later read that there was one India, and one Narendra Modi)."
Her poetic and extreme confident witful way is sure for a good laugh.
Earlier, a Pakistani reporter expressed outrage at PM Modi and his entourage for entering Lahore without a visa. His "Tauba Tauba" disapproval on Modi's visit went viral on social media.
It looks like Pakistani Journalism has been giving a good show of viral entertainment to India.