Pakistani actress Veena irks Indians

Pakistani actress Veena irks Indians

Pakistani actress Veena irks Indians

While India is waiting and praying for the the Wing Commander's safe return to India who is held captive by Pakistan forces, actress Veena Malik took to Twitter to mock Abhinandan Varthaman.

Videos of the captured Indian Air Force pilot were being released on the internet and netizens shared these videos across social media platforms like Twitter, WhatsApp and Facebook. New Delhi earlier expressed its unwillingness to either negotiate or strike a deal on the release. He was following the orders of his country and while on an operation his plane was shot down by Pak Army, it got crashed but Abhinandan survived the crash by ejecting himself but he was on the Pakistani land that time and hence captured by them.

He told lawmakers in the country's parliament he hoped the global community would play its part in de-escalating conflict with India.

A PILOT shot down in a dogfight with Pakistani aircraft returned to India today (1), after being freed in what Islamabad called a "peace gesture" following the biggest standoff between the two countries in years. He is the one who escalated the situation. "I wish to assure the nation that we are fully prepared and in a heightened state of readiness to respond to any provocation by Pakistan", he said.

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"It was made clear that Pakistan would be well advised to ensure that no harm comes to the Indian defence personnel in its custody". News Nation's reporters talk to common people to highlight their sentiments. Calling for severing all sporting ties with Pakistan, he said, "In the wake of the attack, India should not only stop playing cricket, hockey or football with Pakistan but should cut all ties with them".

Leaders from various parties attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his "mega video conference" with over one crore booth-level workers of the BJP using the NaMo app on Thursday.

India on Tuesday, February 26, said it successfully carried out a "non-military preemptive" airstrike in Balakot, Pakistan, which specifically targeted a Jaish-e-Mohammad camp - the terror outfit which claimed responsibility for the February 14 Pulwama suicide bombing in which 40 CRPF soldiers lost their lives.

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