Pakistani Teen Girl Letter To Modi Viral On Internet
As BJP had a grand Holi after their thumping victory in UP polls, a Pakistani girl has penned a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealing to him to work as harbinger of peace “if he wants to win more elections in future.”
Aqeedat Naveed (11), in her letter to the PM, said that governments of Pakistan and India should buy more books, instead of bullets, to start a new chapter of peace between the two countries. “Both countries should resolve that they will not buy guns, but will provide free medicines to hundreds of thousands of ailing people of both the nations,” she says.
Aqeedat’s father Ahmed Naveed, an assistant professor in National College of Arts (NCA), Lahore, informed HT through a mail about her letter to Modi. Aqeedat and her brother Moarikh Naveed (14) also spoke to HT over phone. The two-page handwritten letter, dated March 13, by Aqeedat says both countries will benefit by maintaining good relations with each other.