During a wedding in Pakistan, notes have been showered with a helicopter. People are climbing on the roofs to loot the notes. The video of this entire incident is going viral.
Notes have been showered by helicopter in Mandi Bahauddin, Punjab province in Pakistan battling the Bengali. In fact, in a wedding ceremony here, flowers and notes have been showered on helicopters on baratis. On the social media, the rain of notes is becoming increasingly viral. It has been told that the groom’s brother lives abroad and that he had come to Pakistan for his brother’s wedding. He had specially hired a helicopter to rain notes and flowers on the processions.
This is not the first such incident in Pakistan. Earlier in Gujranwala, an industrialist had made dollar showers on the wedding processions in his son’s wedding. Its video was also becoming viral on social media. It can be seen in the video that people are climbing on top of the trains and raining notes on the processions. Actually, a large number of Pakistani citizens live in different countries of the world. In such a situation, on returning to his country, he spends fiercely in his weddings.
An hour of currency notes rain at the wedding ceremony in #Narowal, city of #Pakistan. The bridegroom's brother & relatives climbed on the roof of the shop & showered 2 million notes. Thousands of rupees were looted by childrens from wedding party. @LandofPakistan @ShowbizAndNews pic.twitter.com/XDJLK2PYCZ
— ADNAN HAMEED (@AHQ600) March 14, 2021
Pangal Pakistan is trapped in debt trap
Prime Minister Imran Khan has failed to curb rising inflation and unemployment in the country. On a large scale, taking loans from abroad, Imran is also implicating the people of Pakistan in the debt trap. A few days ago, a report was told that every citizen of Pakistan trapped in a debt trap has a debt of one lakh 75 thousand rupees. In this, Imran Khan’s government has contributed Rs 54,901. Imran has failed to take any concrete steps to give relief to the people troubled by unemployment and inflation.
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On the other hand, the public is also suffering from the rising prices of petrol and diesel. It is said that Pakistan’s Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has sent a summary to the Petroleum Division, in which it has suggested a hike in the price of petroleum products. It has been suggested to increase the price of petrol by Rs. 5.50 per liter and diesel by Rs. 6 per liter. It seems that Imran Khan is going to die by extracting oil from the people of Pakistan.