Highlighting the issue of Quran burning in Sweden and the Netherlands, Saad Rizvi said the Pakistani government gave a weak response and failed to teach them a lesson, according to reports.
Pakistan is on the brink of destruction. Not only this, Pakistan’s foreign exchange reserve account is also going to be empty. There has been a fight between the people for grain and grain. But on the other hand, all countries are worried about Pakistan’s nukes. If Pakistan fails as a state and terrorist organizations gain a foothold there, the weapon of mass destruction could end up in the wrong hands. This fear is all over the world because Pakistan is a fundamentalist country. These days a video is going viral on social networks in which Pakistani radical leaders explain their intentions regarding the atomic bomb.
What Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan party leader Saad Rizvi is seen saying in the video is even more dangerous. Highlighting the issue of Quran burning in Sweden and the Netherlands, Saad Rizvi said the Pakistani government gave a weak response and failed to teach them a lesson, according to reports. They are sending the prime minister (Shahbaz Sharif), his entire cabinet and the army chief to other countries to ask for financial help… I ask why are they doing this? He said Pakistan’s economy is in danger… Instead, I advise you to take the Quran in one hand and a suitcase with atomic bombs in the other and take the cabinet to Sweden and say that we have come to protect the Quran. If this whole universe doesn’t fall under your feet, you can change my name.
In his speech, he said that there is no need for the government to hold discussions with nations and that Pakistan can coerce them through threats. Rizvi’s rally was held in Lahore and was attended by at least 12,000 people, according to an Associated Press report. Protests broke out in Stockholm last month against Turkey’s and Sweden’s attempt to join NATO, including the burning of a copy of the Koran. Rasmus Paludan, leader of the far-right Danish political party Hard Line, previously burned a copy of the Quran outside the Turkish embassy in Stockholm, Sweden.
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