Prime Minister Narendra Modi would be pelted with eggs if dared to “roam freely” in Indian-occupied Kashmir, Science Minister Fawad Chaudhry said Friday, referring to freedom of locals in Pakistan’s side of the valley.
In a tweet where he addressed India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), Fawad said: “Today yet again #KashmirSolidarityJalsa proved Kashmiris of Pak side are free citizens.
“They welcome @ImranKhanPTI with open arms,” he added, before asking if Modi could “dare to roam freely in IOK?”
In another tweet, Fawad wrote, Modi won’t do that because he would be pelted with so many eggs that it would lead to a shortage of eggs.”
Chaudhry has been on a roll since the past few days, especially after India lost contact with its moon lander, marking a huge setback for its space program.
On Monday, he took a light-hearted jab at India’s recent failure, saying: “Endia only way now you can reach moon is through Bollywood, another 100 crore and you guys will be on the moon.”
Shortly afterwards, he tweeted that India was “adding into space debris” and that galaxies “and the planet is a delicate business politicians must not be allowed to play foolish gimmicky”.