As we all know that PM Narendra Modi has won the UP elections for Bharatiya Janata Party, a Pakistani Girl congratulated Modi and wrote a letter to him and asked to build a ‘peace bridge’ between India and Pakistan. An eleven-year-old girl wrote a letter to PM Modi and said If he wants to win more hearts of Indian and Pakistanis then he needs to take a step towards friendship.
The name of the girl is Aqeedat Naveed, from a Cathedral School, Lahore. As per the reports of DunyaNews Aqeedat highlighted on the need for peace between India and Pakistan and she asked Narendra Modi to help.
Aqeedat wrote a letter of two pages, she wrote, “Governments of Pakistan and India should buy more books, instead of bullets, to start a new chapter of peace between the two countries. “Both countries should resolve that they will not buy guns, but will provide free medicines to hundreds of thousands of ailing people of both the nations.”
Ahmed Naveed is a father of Aqeedat, he is an assistant professor in National College of Arts, Lahore. Ahmed mailed Aqeedat’s letter to Hindustan times and informed about the letter to PM Modi. Aqeedat and her brother Moarikh spoke to HT on the phone.
Here is the letter which Aqeedat wrote to PM Modi,
Some time back when Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj was not well, Aqeedat wrote a letter for a speedy recovery. She has written to Bihar CM Nitish Kumar, home minister Rajnath Singh, and President Pranab Mukherjee among others.