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Indian politicians speak surprisingly: India, Pakistan and Bangladesh should merge into one country

Indian politicians speak surprisingly: India, Pakistan and Bangladesh should merge into one country

Devendra

According to India’s New Delhi Television (NDTV) website, Nawab Malik, the Cabinet Minister of Maharashtra State, stated on the 22nd that India, Pakistan and Bangladesh should be merged into one country.

Navab Malik

Nawab Malik said that if the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) merges India, Pakistan and Bangladesh to establish a country, then his party, the Nationalist Congress Party of India (NCP), will welcome this move. .

Nawab Malik said: “Devindra (the former chief minister of Maharashtra) once said that the day Karachi (the capital of Pakistan) will become part of India will finally come. We have been talking about India, Pakistan And Bangladesh should be merged. If the Berlin Wall can be demolished, then why can’t India, Pakistan and Bangladesh become one? If the BJP wants to merge these three countries into one country, we will definitely welcome it.”

Karachi Dessert Shop

According to Times Now news network in India, an activist of India’s far-right party “Shiva Army” asked a shopkeeper in Mumbai called “Karachi Desserts” to put the words “Karachi” in front of his store name on the 19th. Removed because Karachi is a Pakistani city. In response, the former chief minister of Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis, responded that he firmly believed that “India and Pakistan should not be divided” and Karachi will become part of India one day.

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