The horrible terrorist attack in Pulwama that claimed 44 lives of Indian CRPF personnel on 14 February has caused millions of people to express their anguish and pain at the brutal loss of lives and the savagery displayed by Islamic terrorists.
In a video that has now gone viral, singer Sonu Nigam has shared his anger that millions of Indians are feeling right now after the dreadful terrorist attack on CRPF Jawans that saw 44 young personnel martyred. In a scathing attack on the ‘secular liberal’ intelligentsia that often shows solidarity with separatists and Tukde Tukde gang that hails terrorists and blames the Indian security forces for violence in Kashmir, Nigam has reminded everyone of the slogans that had reverberated in JNU to celebrate Afzal Guru.
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In the video Nigam takes a caustic dig on people who have raised slogans of ‘Bharat Tere Tukde Honge, Inshallah Inshallah” and Afzal Hum Sharminda Hain, Tere Qatil Zinda Hain” in JNU a couple of years ago. He calls the secular liberal gang and their supporters to stop pretending to care for the soldiers who have lost their lives.
Nigam’s video is being hailed as a tight slap to the preachers of peace, the kind of people who never stop claiming that ‘Terror has no religion’ but do not miss a chance to blame RSS, Hindutva and nationalist forces for every mishap.
Nigam’s video is also hard hitting on numerous Bollywood celebrities who had gone overboard on claiming intolerance, Islamophobia and have been a part of placard protests to target Hindus and Hinduism while maintaining an eerie silence over endless acts of violence committed by Islamic terrorists.
Actor Kangana Ranaut too has expressed her disdain for the ‘Aman Ki Asha’ preachers, who pretend to call for peace and dialogue while turning a blind eye towards the very religious fanaticism that causes deaths and violence in the Kashmir.
Ranaut has said, “Pakistan has not only violated our nation’s security they have also attacked our dignity by openly threatening and humiliating us. We need to take decisive actions or else our silence will be misunderstood for our cowardice. Bharat is bleeding today, the killing of our sons is like a dagger in our gut, anyone who lectures about non-violence and peace at this time should be painted black, put on a donkey and slapped by everyone on the streets.”
Recently, actress Shabana Azmi announced that the cultural exchange between the artists of India and Pakistan cannot take place at the wake of such attacks. She had announced that they will decline an invitation by the Karachi Art Council.
Kangana, however, was unfazed by the announcement. Not known for being one who minces her words, Kangana even tore down on Shabana and Javed Akhtar.
Kangna recalled the celebrity couple’s support for the Tukde Tukde gang and said, “People like Shabana Azmi calling for a halt on cultural exchange, they are the ones who promote Bharat Tere Tukde Honge gangs. Why did they organise an event in Karachi in the first place when Pakistani artistes have been banned after Uri attacks? And now they are trying to save face? The film industry is full of such anti-nationals who boost enemies’ morals in many ways, but right now is the time to focus on decisive actions. Pakistan ban is not the focus, Pakistan destruction is.”
Kangana Ranaut has canceled the celebratory event organised for the recent success of her movie Manikarnika to stand in solidarity with the grieving families of the CRPF Jawans.