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We rejected Indian sweets because our nation is diabetic: Nawaz Sharif

20, Jul 2015 By Beer & Biryani

Peshawar: In an unbelievable statement, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has reportedly admitted to rejecting sweets offered by the Indian Border Security Force (BSF), citing their nation’s diabetic condition as a reason.

Nawaz Sharif explaining how diabetes led to rejection of sweets.
Nawaz Sharif explaining how diabetes led to rejection of sweets.

Speaking to Faking News reporters over a video call, Sharif said, “Till recently, there were two types of diabetes known to medical fraternity: Diabetes Mellitus and Diabetes Insipidus. We have recently been diagnosed with a new type of diabetes known as Diabetes Radicus, thanks to the internal radical groups and terrorist attacks. Our symptoms have gained a worldwide recognition and even kids know about our disease.”

“We are first ever nation to be diagnosed with Diabetes Radicus and it’s our first first ever feat. We appreciate BSF for offering us sweets but all we could say is ‘No Thanks’ as we didn’t have a choice. Had India offered Namak Pare or Khara Mixture, we would’ve accepted them with joy and maybe, even snatched the boxes.”

As per latest reports, Pakistan is importing more and more weapons from other countries to overcome their diabetic condition as they’re unsure of the real remedy that can cure the nation’s problem.

Sources say, Pakistan is also secretly suffering from border-side itches and eczema but is yet to find a scientific name for this disease. No wonder the country is importing Ring-guard and B-Tex in large quantities from India to get some relief from the misery of scratching.