“Go to Pakistan”: Netizens to Sudhir Chaudhary after he says Pakistan’s security is better than India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally in Punjab’s Ferozepur on Wednesday had to be canceled due to farmers’ protest. Due to this, the Prime Minister was stuck on a flyover for 15 to 20 minutes. After which Prime Minister Narendra Modi had to go back after canceling the rally, while commenting on the whole incident, Modi took a jibe at Punjab Chief Minister Channi and told the state officials- ‘Say thanks to your Chief Minister that I was able to return alive to Bathinda airport.’

Now a lot of politics is being done on this matter. Self-proclaimed nationalist anchor Sudhir Chaudhary also jumped in this controversy. Sudhir Chaudhary has given a controversial statement on the issue. Chaudhary not only compared Punjab and Pakistan in terms of security but also claimed Pakistan better than India.

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Anchor Sudhir Chaudhary, in his show DNA, termed Modi’s return as a security lapse and said – In 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi suddenly decided to go to Pakistan. Because at that time there was a wedding of the granddaughter of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and suddenly Modi went to Pakistan, landed there and reached Nawaz Sharif’s house.

Sudhir Chaudhary further said – In Pakistan, he did not have any problem in going anywhere, there was no protest, there was no security threat, there was no security lapse, so Pakistan turned out to be better than us. If we can’t open a way for our PM in our own Punjab, then Pakistan is better and then Nawaz Sharif is better than Channi.

This video of Sudhir Chaudhary is now becoming very viral on social media and he is getting trolled badly. Netizens even asked him to go to Pakistan. A Twitter user named Ashwani Choubey commented – “When you are not feeling safe in India then go to Pakistan, don’t try to defame India like this.”

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