It has only been a few days since India underwent yet another terror attack in Pulwama, Kashmir. The nation is mourning the death of 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel who were killed in a Pulwama Terror Attacks in Kashmir on February 14. Just days after the attack, the government carried out surgical strikes 2.0 in Pakistan. The reports revealed that our braveheart soldiers destroyed the JeM launch pads along the LoC in Balakot, Chakothi and Muzaffarabad sectors along with JeM control rooms. As of now, our IAF Pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman is in Pakistan Army’s custody.
While the nation celebrated India's yet another Surgical Strike, Paresh Rawal took a dig at Pakistani actor Ali Zafar for his silence. It all happened as on February 19, when Pakistani actor-singer Ali Zafar praised his Prime Minister Imran Khan via a tweet for condemning the Pulwama Terror Attack. After the surgical strike, veteran actor Paresh Rawal has taken a jibe at his comment for staying silent.
Now speechless!!! https://t.co/cY8RrkfAgh
— Paresh Rawal (@SirPareshRawal) February 26, 2019
Earlier, Paresh Rawal had urged the media to not invite any of the sympathisers of terrorist to talk about the issue. He had tweeted, "A humble appeal to our national news channels. Plz don’t invite any Pakistani or Indian terrorist sympathisers to spew venom against our dear motherland. Those rabid dogs are not allowed in our homes. Let those maggots die in their own filth."
An Humble appeal to our national news channels. Plz don’t invite any Pakistani or Indian terrorist sympathisers to spew venom against our dear motherland . Those rabid dogs are not allowed in our homes . Let those maggots die in their own filth .
— Paresh Rawal (@SirPareshRawal) February 17, 2019
Ali Zafar has been a part of several Indian films including Luv Ka The End, Mere Brother Ki Dulhan, London Paris New York and Total Siyapaa. After the Uri attacks in 2016, a ban was imposed on Pakistani artistes. The ban was again imposed after Pulwama Attacks and no artists from across the border will perform or work in India.