Indian Man’s ‘Sixth Sense’ Predicts Disastrous Earthquake in Pakistan by the end of 2017 – Research Snipers

Indian Man’s ‘Sixth Sense’ Predicts Disastrous Earthquake in Pakistan by the end of 2017

An Indian man has warned Asia about an earthquake that will hit 11 nations. They are Pakistan, China, India, Japan, Nepal, Indonesia, Afghanistan, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Gulf Nations. The name of the man having ‘extrasensory perception’ is Babu Kalayi. He has written a letter to Narendra Modi the Indian Prime Minister and has warned him that by end of 2017 a devastating tsunami will hit 11 nations.

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The letter written by this Indian man to the Prime Minister is this.

Babu Kalayi says “In the Indian Ocean there is an earthquake expecting before 31 December 2017. This vigorous earthquake can be shared the entire coast of the Asian continental areas. Moreover this the effect will even replace the boundary of the seashore.”

Indian media has taken this letter very lightly but the government has not. As per officials, the government has started taking precautions in case of a natural disaster. Also in Pakistan, the officials have taken the warning seriously.

Also, another letter from Earthquake Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Authority (ERRA)’s Acting Deputy Chairman has circulated.

They are taking this threat seriously and starting to work on necessary precautions. As per Tribune, this letter is a fake as ISI has no link to predict a natural calamity.

Met Department chief Dr. Ghulam Rasool said

“This prediction has no scientific justification, albeit, we are preparing to save ourselves from its effects. Erra has also started its work by writing the letter.”

The news is alarming, having no scientific basis it’s still disturbing for not just Pakistan but the whole Asia.

1 thought on “Indian Man’s ‘Sixth Sense’ Predicts Disastrous Earthquake in Pakistan by the end of 2017

  1. Did u get any evidence that Indian Government is taking it seriously.

    Note: Don’t name unknown sources. That is journalist way of saying i don’t know.

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