This Factory in India makes tiles with ‘Pakistan Murdabad’ written on it

Tensions don’t seem to come to a close between India and Pakistan as it is only growing bigger following the Pulwama terror blast. India withdrew ‘MFN’ status to Pakistan and many other people from the Trade sector have also stopped exporting products to Pakistan despite incurring losses.

In a bid to protest against Pakistan in the wake of the dastardly terror attack in Pulwama, a ceramic factory in Gujarat’s Morbi district has started manufacturing tiles with ‘Pakistan Murdabad’ inscribed on it, as reported by ANI.

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The tiles flaunt Pakistan’s national flag in the background and the phrase ‘Pakistan Murdabad’ is inscribed on it as shown in the video below. According to the report, the tiles will be used for the ‘construction of public toilets’ in order to protest against Pakistan supporting ‘terrorist groups’. The factory is also expected to increase the manufacturing of tiles as well.

Speaking to ANI. the factory owner Suresh Kasundra said, “We are doing it to register our protest against Pakistan. We will increase the production of tiles with demand. Now, these tiles will be used in public toilets of Morbi. But, if we get demand from the other places then we will provide it to them for free as well.”

One of the factory workers said, adding that they started this initiative to show Pakistan its current status and then he went on to add that people will urinate on these tiles, they will get to know their true status.

No less than 44 CRPF paramilitary troopers lost their lives when a 20-year-old youth suicide bomber rammed a vehicle carrying over 350 kg of explosives into a CRPF convoy of 70 vehicles in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district, in what was the deadliest attack in the last 3 decades. The soldiers were travelling to Srinagar from Jammu when this deadly attack happened.

India, in response to Pulwama attack, launched a counterattack on Pakistan in the International Court of Justice and also accused the country of engaging in “state-sponsorship of terrorism by including and allowing its territory to train, arm, finance, and launch a terror attack against its neighbours.”

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