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Monday, 18 January 2016

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In Year 2030: 4 pronged war in Pakistan to decide who will take access of the country

After sending all the small and mid sized terror organizations democratically by sending people to place from where they can't come, Teherik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Afghanistan Taliban (Taliban), Jaish-e-Mahmood (JeM) and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) are on the verge to take access of great country called Pakistan. Our correspondent from Quetta confirmed the development and told India Satire's office that all are in the final round of democratic war.

"We will wipe them out democratically," said JeM chief Maulana Masood Azhar "And put all the necessary things recommended by Shariah in Pakistan. Thereafter we will take over Kashmir and will other nations to complete our wish of becoming the great country."
According to India Satire sources, all the organizations which were earlier directed towards out of the boundary attacks were directed inwards in 2016 when then Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif asked by few global leaders to start containing them inside Pakistan.
"However, global leaders also urged Mr. Sharif then that he should send all of them to the legal representatives of the countries where these respective people waged war of peace. Mr. Sharif, however, liked them to keep with himself due to a respected advise from his counterpart and army chief Gen. Raheel Sharif.
"Those were great days when we had control over these guys and decided their fate. Now they are controlling us," said Syed Tarik Ali Pirzada, a military expert of Pakistan.
Our sources also suggested that all of these 4 organisations are going to fight for the access of nuclear weapons lying in the godowns of Karachi and would fu*k entire world within no time.

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