Pakistani celebrities call for peace in wake of Indian aggression

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Pakistani celebrities Hadiqa Kiani, Mahira Khan and Armeena Khan
Pakistani actors advocated peace and slammed Indian celebrities as they cheered for war and lauded the Indian forces for violating the Line of Control (LoC).

Mahira Khan, Mawra Hocane, Hareem Farooq, Hadiqa Kiani and Armeena Khan were among others who spoke up against war.

Urging for sense to prevail, Mahira Khan tweeted, “Nothing uglier. Nothing more ignorant than cheering for war. May sense prevail.. Pakistan Zindabad.”

Fatima Bhutto also tweeted:

Mawra Hocane quoted Christopher Holliday and said, “There can be NO winners in war if we value human life at all.“ 

 Armeena Rana Khan in a series of tweets advocated peace and called out Bollywood actors for their “hypocrisy”.  

 She also quoted Bollywood actor Priyanka Chopra’s tweet and slammed her for lauding Indian forces. “WHAT?!!! But aren’t you supposed to be a Good Will ambassador for @UNICEF? Screen shot this everyone and next time she speaks up for peace and goodwill. Let’s remind her of this hypocrisy,” she tweeted.

 In another tweet, Armeena said, “I’m watching some of these Bollywood accounts in dismay, glorifying war. People should take note: In the future, these particular individuals shouldn’t be allowed to preach peace to the world. Artists are supposed to be sane, pacifying voices.” 

 

 Hareem Farooq also tweeted saying, “War is no victory for anyone – end of the day only human lives are lost no matter which side you belong to‼️”

 Singer Hadiqa Kiani also called for peace. “We need peace! We need words! We need to grow and not regress! There is nothing exciting or spectacular about war, we are talking about REAL HUMAN lives.” 

 Comedian Zaid Ali tweeted, “Anyone who is encouraging war between Pakistan and India should be taken out of their house and be forced to fight the war themselves. Tweet karna bohat asaan hai, but for once think of the all the soldiers that die unnecessarily because of this. #PakistanZindabad.” 

Indian military aircraft violated the LoC on Tuesday as they “intruded” from the Muzaffarabad sector and were forced to return owing to the timely response of the Pakistan Air Force. 

Originally Posted on SuchTv

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