Thailand announces Visa Free entry for Indians- Pakistanis’ angry reaction

The Government of Thailand has recently taken a historic step and announced Visa-Free Entry for Indian citizens. After this announcement, Indian citizens will now be able to visit Thailand without any visa. This may be a declaration of great self-respect and convenience for you, but this declaration has not been welcomed well by Pakistani citizens.

The visa issue of Thailand is being discussed and is causing both enthusiasm and objection among Pakistani citizens. Thailand’s decision has had a direct impact on the citizens of Pakistan, all the reactions have come out from the viral video. A Pakistani journalist can be heard saying, “India is visa-free and when we go to other countries, we are made to take off all our clothes, in fact even our Prime Minister is made to stand in line. How is there so much difference?” India’s value is much higher than Pakistan’s.

A Pakistani citizen says, “I just went to Germany, I saw myself that they throw away our passports like this and keep the passports of Indians properly. Why? Because maybe we are traitors.” “When I went to Iran, the hotel staff… Asked me, ‘Brother where came from? I said Pakistan. He said no Pakistan, I love India. I felt very bad.”

A journalist asks a Pakistani citizen, “India has visa-free entry in 57 countries, in which Sri Lanka and Thailand have also played their role. Why so? Why not with Pakistan?” She replies, “Because they have skills. Pakistanis do not have skills. 51 percent of the shareholders of the YouTube channel we have are Indians because they share as much knowledge as possible with the whole world. But Pakistanis do not have their own concepts. They are only taught. A burden is put on them like donkeys. That you have to read these books but they are not taught where to use them. Because of this, He can’t get hired on a good post again.”

Sweta Dagar is an avid reader and writer. She hails from Bulandshahr (U.P) where she completed her formap education. She loves exploring varieties of topics that shape the public opinion at large. If you have any queries, feel free to contact her at [email protected].