When we fill a balloon with gas the pressure and volume inside it increases. Will this not go against the gas law as pressure and temperature are inversely proportional to each other.
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No. The Ideal gas law states that
$$PV = nRT$$
You're right that the left hand side (pressure times volume) increases, but so does $n$, the amount of substance of gas. So the ideal gas law is still satisfied.