Pakistani Minister mocks Indian failed attempt to land on moon, advised to spend money on poor dying from hunger in India

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Pakistani Minister mocks Indian failed attempt to land on moon, advised to spend money on poor dying from hunger in India

ISLAMABAD: Pakistani Minister mocks Indian failed attempt to land on moon and rather advised Indian government to spend the huge sum on the poor people of country.

Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry on Saturday took a jibe at the failed Indian moon mission, terming the Indian spacecraft as 'toy' and said the spacecraft must have landed in Mumbai.

Taking to Twitter, Chaudhry advised the Indian users on the social media site and others to sleep instead of waiting for an announcement from the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) about the moon mission.

India lost contact with its unmanned spacecraft just before it was due to land on the Moon on Saturday, in a blow to the country’s ambitious low-cost lunar programme.

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So ja Bhai moon ki bajaye Mumbai mein utar giya khilona #IndiaFailed link https:// twitter.com/abhayka74264251/status/1170073540621586433 … link ABHAY KASHYAP@Abhayka74264251 Replying to @fawadchaudhry

#Chandrayaan2Live This wait is killing....too much of tension to bear. ISRO please make some announcement link 6,251 link 1:42 AM - Sep 7, 2019 link Twitter Ads info and privacy link

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Surprised on Indian trolls reaction, they are abusing me as I was the one who failed their moon mission, bhai hum ne kaha tha 900 crore lagao in nalaiqoon per? Ab sabr kero aur sonah ki koshish kero #IndiaFailed link 20.5K link 2:01 AM - Sep 7, 2019 link Twitter Ads info and privacy link

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In another tweet, he said the Indian parliament should hold their prime minister Narendra Modi accountable for wasting the poor nation’s huge amount of money.

“Modi is giving speech on satellite communication as though he was actually an astronaut, not a politician,” Chaudhry said.

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