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Mahira Khan mercilessly slammed for her tweet on Kashmir issue; trolls calls her ‘diplomatic’
Today, the government of India announced the abolishment of Article 370 that granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir. The entire social media is filled with the reactions of common men, politicians and celebrities. The only thing trending today is Article 370. Pakistani actress Mahira Khan also took to her Twitter handle to share her views on it but it didn’t go well with a section of the Twitterati. They started slamming her left, right and centre.
She tweeted, “Have we conveniently blocked what we don’t want to address? This is beyond lines drawn on sand, it’s about innocent lives being lost! Heaven is burning and we silently weep.”
Check her tweet below.
Have we conveniently blocked what we don’t want to address? This is beyond lines drawn on sand, it’s about innocent lives being lost! Heaven is burning and we silently weep. #Istandwithkashmir #kashmirbleeds
— Mahira Khan (@TheMahiraKhan) August 5, 2019
While one user called her tweet “diplomatic“, one commented, “not to poke her dirty nose in India’s internal matters.”
Have a look at the comments by trolls below.
Don’t poke your dirty nose In India’s internal matters. Beggars like you should work for own country’s progress.
— Atindra Shukla🇮🇳 (@ads7506) August 5, 2019
Yeah we understand you are silently weeping as neither you got to act in OUR movies nor you got Ranbir 😂. Take care, happens … but you know life moves on.
— sonal🇮🇳 (@comeonletsshare) August 5, 2019
— RakulPreetFc (@Rakulpreetfc10) August 5, 2019
— Asha Bisht (@AashaBisht) August 5, 2019
— Rishabh Verma (@rvrishabh0306) August 5, 2019
We are isolated Pakistan and bringing Kashmir to mainstream. Kashmir has suffered till date and will continue till your ill propoganda and militancy support is there.
Stop exporting militants it will stop bleeding
— Sanjay Pandita (A Refugee in My Own Country) (@Sanjay_Pandita) August 5, 2019
Coming back to Article 370, this decision by the BJP government is lauded by ally Shiv Sena and rival leaders like Arvind Kejriwal and Mayawati.
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