Sonia Gandhi’s parliamentary constituency Rae Bareli is sold in Pakistani mango. Stuck in Urdu sticker

After all, why did the flood come to Pakistan’s love?

This is the time when India’s soldiers are battling terrorism in Kashmir which Pakistan has spread after accepting it openly. Pakistan, giving martial status to martyrdom of India, is openly saying that he will continue to open support to Kashmiri Intelligence.

Not only this, the hanging of Kulbhushan Jadhav has only stalled due to India’s strong presence in the international court; otherwise, this was Pakistan’s suppression of execution of Kulbhushan in any case. But for the same Pakistan, by some people in India Love is being expressed, it is astonishing. Be aware that Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar had earlier given a statement that everyone opposed.

After that the killers of several Indian soldiers killed Pakistani army chief Navjot Singh Sidhu from the Congress and did not know what to say to the whole world but the soul of all the sacrifices of India definitely afflicted .. Now the supreme leader of the same Congress It is believed that Sonia Gandhi’s parliamentary constituency is flown in Rae Bareli, such a kind of love of Pakistan that some fruit merchants, The issues started Pakistani mangoes to sell to remove bitterness.

The whole country is witnessing a political assault on Congress leader Navjot Sidhu’s visit to Pakistan. At the same time, Sonia Gandhi’s parliamentary constituency Rae Bareli has been selling openly from Pakistan. From Rae Bareli’s fruit market to the market, the Pakistani common man has been the subject of discussion and curiosity. Between political upheaval and political turbulence, some secular people are also taking the taste of Pakistan by purchasing it.

These unemployed common neighbors, originally dressed in the markets in Rae Bareli, have come from Pakistan. First of all, the ship came from Delhi. In the first four quintals, seven quintals of common man have been sold again, which have been sold completely. The common sellers selling at the stations are selling the Pakistani mango at a rate of 160 to 180 rupees. On these mangoes the sticker is stuck in Urdu on which the Gift Pack is written, which makes it a matter of discussion in the general public.

Its price is also expensive and it is sold in Rae Bareli market at a price of 160-180 rupees per kg. Surprisingly, the secular lesson is not questioning even at this costly price and it is giving the message of friendship by buying it.