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'Can see the moon, what's the need to go there': Pak's Science Minister Fawad Chaudhry strikes again


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Since ISRO’s Chandrayan-II’s final date, Pakistan’s Science and Technology Minister Fawad Chaudhary has enthralled one and all – Indian and Pakistani – with his delightful takes on science, technology, India’s moon mission and life in general.
He was it again recently as per a viral video which shows him saying: “Papad nai bele ki zarurat hai. Chand nazar aa zata hai, exactly uski location pata hoti. “
The video appears to be from a news program where he is explaining why Pak isn't considering sending a mission to the moon.

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pak minister @fawadchaudhry says as the moon is clearly visible from here there is no need to waste fund on researching about it
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7:55 AM - Sep 12, 2019
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Showing the usual class we’ve come to expect from members of the current establishment, Fawad Chaudhry had tweeted: “Awwwww..... Jo kaam ata nai panga nai leitay na..... Dear “Endia”

This led to a host of angry reactions from both Indian and Pakistani Twitter users who wondered how the science minister of a nation could be so ‘anti-science’.

Trump always appoints people who despise the department, that they are supposed to head.

Another Pakistani user pointed out that India had Rs 900 crore to spare for such a mission while all Fawad Chaudhry had was his Twitter account.

A third user pointed out the travesty, that a science minister who couldn’t spell ‘satellite’ felt it necessary to mock others.


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