Fawad Chaudhry On Garlic: Pakistan Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry Says Garlic Is Adrak Troll On Social Media

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  • Pakistan’s Information Minister does not even know the meaning of Garlic (Garlic) and Ginger (Ginger)
  • Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry told garlic in a press conference as ginger
  • This video of Fawad Chaudhary is now being fiercely shared and trolled on social media.

Fawad Chaudhry, Pakistan’s arrogant Information Minister close to Imran Khan, does not even know the meaning of Garlic (Garlic) and Ginger (Ginger). Fawad Chaudhry in a press conference called garlic ginger. This video of Fawad Chaudhary is now being shared fiercely on social media. Users are questioning the knowledge of the Pakistani Information Minister and making fun of him.

In this video, Fawad Chaudhary while answering questions on the issue of inflation in the country says, ‘Garlic means ginger. Ginger prices have also come down. Both ginger and garlic are used throughout the world for cooking. Users said that such a mistake was not expected from the Information Minister of Pakistan. Anish Gokhale writes, ‘Someone told Fawad Chaudhary garlic, yet. I will fall to the ground laughing.’

Fawad often spits venom against India
Fawad Chaudhary is known for his bigotry and often spits venom against India. More recently, Chowdhary had claimed that we are not in danger of any attack from India. We have the 6th largest army in the world. We have an atomic bomb. India cannot compete with us. We are not threatened by Europe. The biggest threat we are facing today lies within us, that is, from Pakistan.

For the Imran Khan government engaged in promoting Muslim fundamentalists in Pakistan, religious fundamentalism has now become a blasphemy. Pakistan’s Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry has admitted that the biggest threat to the country is not from India and America, but from religious fundamentalism. Chaudhary said that schools and colleges in the country are promoting religious extremism inside the students and not madrasas.


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