I wasn’t going to write any further about this issue, but something happened that was something predictable, yet disdainful.
So, continuing my principles of not taking names, a girl posts a video (and for many who don’t understand, this was in 2016 and not 2017) regarding how her father, a martyr who did not die because of Pakistan but because of war.
What happened next is the stupidest thing since Trash Dove going viral.
So, people call her”anti national” (a word used to describe anyone who goes against the ideologies of the ruling party).
Ok, so a girl who had to deal with the fact that her father died when she was 3 years old and she and her family have that sacrifice is an “ANTI-NATIONAL”?
Even cocaine doesn’t do such mishaps.
To the people who call her anti national, I am humbly,
आपने अपनी ज़िन्दगी में ऐसा क्या उखाड़ा है?
Well, so, this is the same party and their भक्तस् who used the term “Soldier and their sacrifice”to justify the troubles of the demonitization circus and potentially end any argument using “SOLDIER” and who can forget the “Surgical Strikes”. They love the army so much so that they must have their ringtones as
Soldier, Soldier, meethi baatein bol kar,
Argument tu churaa ley gayaa.
Okay, so the people trolling her. Understand her point, do we?
War is a situation of intense retaliations. It isn’t about countries or nations, but during a war, it’s all about the resource being protected.
With back and forth attacks, no one country can be blamed.
And yeah, the party of the southern India has successfully passed on their tactics to the youth party.
Sehwag and Randeep might have said their statements as jokes, but if they never meant it the way it is being perceived, then they should clarify it right there and then.
A war doesn’t tell who’s right but who’s left.
Please share this, if you wish to. And if you felt at any moment during the blog to call me an anti national, I think we need to add a new definition for the same in the Indian Constitution. Oh, never heard of it? Thought so.