Well, everybody is well aware of the current relationship status between Pakistan and India, but in this war someone wants just peace and harmony between the two countries. An 11-year-old Pakistani girl letter to PM Modi says it all. Aqeedat Naveed is from Lahore Pakistan, who has penned beautiful words to Indian PM Narendra Modi.
She congratulated PM for the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) mega victory in Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections and ask him to work for peace. Pakistani girl letter to PM Modi states: “Good relations between Pakistan and India will benefit both”. She believes that the two countries should spend on buying books rather than bullets.
11 years old Aqeedat, a student of 5 class and her brother Moarrikh 14 years old have also written such powerful letters to many famous personalities in the past. It was her brother who began writing letters to influential people and now Aqeedat is on her way to follow the brother’s footsteps.
“I took this idea from my syllabus and started writing letters for peace.”
Here is Aqeedat two page amazing letter to Indian Prime Minister Modi!
“Once my father told me that winning of hearts is a marvelous job. Perhaps you have won the hearts of Indian people, therefore you won the election in UP. But I must tell you if you want to win more Indian and Pakistani hearts, you should take steps towards friendship and peace. Both countries need good relation. Let’s make a peace bridge between India and Pakistan. Let’s decide that we will not buy bullets, will buy books. We will not buy the guns, will buy the medicine for the poor people.”
Earlier she also wrote a letter to Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj by wishing her for good health and speedy recovery on her illness. Also the both brother-sister duo drew attention of PM Nawaz Sharif towards the Sikhs in KPK Province. On their wonderful words, they have received many greeting cards as well.
Moreover, these both want to visit Taj Mahal and Delhi. Aqeedat and her brother are the positive waves to bring peace and happiness in the relationship of both the nations.