They ask you ˹O Prophet˺ regarding the Hour, “When will it be?”But it is not for you to tell its time.That knowledge rests with your Lord ˹alone˺.Your duty is only to warn whoever is in awe of it.On the Day they see it, It will be as if they had stayed ˹in the world˺ no more than one evening or its morning.Quran 79:42~46Surah  an-Nazi`at (Soul-snatchers)
An-Nāziʻāt (Arabic: النازعات, “Those Who Pull Out”, in reference to “the angels who tear out the souls of the wicked”) is the seventy-ninth surah of the Qur’an, with 46 ayat.
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یَسۡءَلُونَكَ عَنِ ٱلسَّاعَةِ 
أَیَّانَ مُرۡسَىٰهَا

فِیمَ أَنتَ مِن ذِكۡرَىٰهَاۤ

إِلَىٰ رَبِّكَ مُنتَهَىٰهَاۤ

إِنَّمَاۤ أَنتَ مُنذِرُ مَن یَخۡشَىٰهَا

كَأَنَّهُمۡ یَوۡمَ یَرَوۡنَهَا

لَمۡ یَلۡبَثُوۤا۟ 
إِلَّا عَشِیَّةً أَوۡ ضُحَىٰهَا
Its name derived from the word wan-nazi‘at with which it opens. The root (n-z-‘) roughly means “to yank out with great force”, although it can also mean “to yearn for” or “to yearn after”
(اے پیغمبر، لوگ) آپ سے 
قیامت کے بارے میں پوچھتے ہیں کہ اس کا وقوع کب ہو گا؟ 

آپ کو 
اس کےذکر سے کیا واسطہ

اس کے علم کی انتہا 
آپ کے رب ہی کی طرف ہے

بے شک آپ تو صرف 
اس کو ڈرانے والے ہیں 
جو اس سے ڈرتا ہے

جب وہ اس کو دیکھیں گے 
(تو ایسا خیال کریں گے) 
کہ گویا (دنیا میں صرف) 
ایک شام یا صبح رہے تھے
It speaks about Allah’s angels who take the souls at the time of death.
As Allah has power to take away the souls, as He has created the whole universe, He also has the power to resurrect people after their death.
The story of Prophet Moses and Pharaoh is mentioned to warn the people about the consequences of arrogant pride which leads to the denial of the truth.