War is a tragedy, the after affects of which are impossible to erase and are evident within generations that follow. This tragedy gets embedded in every life that is lost, whether young or old and whether soldier of civilian. It is experienced in every path that has suffered, every building that got destroyed, every tree that was brought down and every wildlife which lost either it’s life or habitat.
Why is it then that we pay such a huge price to call a piece of land, ours? How ruthlessly do we destroy the very beings which not only inhabit this land but also help nurture it; all this simply in order to satisfy our thirst for power – how inhumane!
As if the humanity within us all just woke up from a deep deep slumber, the world is condemning all threats from Indian government of a war looming over Pakistan’s head. Ever since the Pulawama Attack, Pakistanis have been bombarded with hate speech from India and wrongly accused to be the masterminds behind the attack. Bollywood celebrities along with Indian Media assumed the role of a grumpy child whose hate mongering has been reaching new heights by day.
Bollywood celebrities continue to spread hatred by igniting a Cold War over Pulwama Attack…
A slight twist in the situation took place after Pakistan shot down two Indian fighter jets and arrested the Indian fighter pilot, Abhinandan. Retaliation from Pakistan showed both sides how serious this rhetorical demand for war can become and thereby paved way for twitteraties chanting unanimously #SayNoToWar.
Imran Khan is gaining more respect.!!
It's your turn to #SayNoToWar Modi !!
Our Army loves and their families matters…Not your petty political gain !! pic.twitter.com/7Hcbc3mHNL
— Vivek Gopalakrishnan (@Vivigopi) February 27, 2019
The only war India and Pakisthan should fight is illiteracy,Poverty and violence #SayNotoWar
— Rukshmani kumari (@KumariRukshmani) February 27, 2019
"An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind" #SayNoToWar pic.twitter.com/F2LQnukC6R
— kevin raj (@kevinraj3) February 27, 2019
Those who celebrate war will not participate in the war, those who participate in the war, will never celebrate war.#SayNoToWar
— Haroon (@TheRealHaroon) February 27, 2019
I can't even see these 2 pics (mother of soldiers of India & Pakistan).
Don't know how much pics we will see if there is war.#SayYesToPeace #SayNoToWar pic.twitter.com/9rxF5dG8bw
— Dhawal Odedra (@Dhawal_Odedra) February 27, 2019
Prime Minister Imran Khan won massive respect globally by releasing Abhinandan in order to give a peace statement to India as well as to the entire world. While Indian media continues to project this step as a cowardly act from Pakistan, many Indians have started seeing Modi for the power hungry mongrel he is!
Friday saw #GoBackModi becoming the most popular trend on Twitter and Instagram.
He need nothing else.. pic.twitter.com/VikFuBvPuN
— Kavin Elamaraan (@Kaavinraa) March 1, 2019
Shame on Modi to call wing commander as project.. #GoBackModi pic.twitter.com/qnve5okIjG
— Nikhil Kumar (@Nikhil_mgm) March 1, 2019
#GoBackModi and please don't come again. pic.twitter.com/yC38PhFjoj
— Tarique (@starnaiem) March 1, 2019
Modi and his party BJP have been staying irrelevant in Tamil Nadu. And that will remain forever. #GoBackModi pic.twitter.com/Wz4bUXzAzt
— George Vijay Addict (@VijayIsMyLife) March 1, 2019
And then, Imran Khan got all the universal praise he deserved, with the twitteraties chanting #ThankyouImranKhan!
I thought I would never say something like this. But a Pakistani Prime Minister has united logical people from both sides of the border! Hope we can grow stronger.#ThankYouImranKhan #ThankYouImranKhan
— Amoghavarsha R (@RandomIndianFa1) February 28, 2019
That moment when you see German media praising Imran Khan for freeing Indian pilot. Captured this picture while coming back home on tram in the evening. #ThankYouImranKhan #PakistanLeadsWithPeace pic.twitter.com/S4IqEmXqHj
— Umair Bashir (@UmairBashir123) February 28, 2019
I think this the first time in history , one pak pm got respect from millions of indian people's. #ThankYouImranKhan#INDPAKFrndz
— SIVARAJ NAGARAJAN🇮🇳 (@SivarajNE) February 28, 2019
So guys, now that Abhinandan has been returned to India as a gesture of peace, lets see how the scenario plays out. Pakistan has played its part in the efforts for peace; the ball is now in India’s court and lets see how they play it out.
In the meanwhile, #SayNoToWar #GoBackModi and #ThankyouImranKhan !!!