Indian Olympian medalist Heena Sidhu gave Pakistan minister Fawad Hussain a befitting reply for his tweet appealing to the Punjabi soldiers to not take part of the injustice meted out by the Indian Army in Kashmir and to deny performing duty in the state.
Taking to Twitter, the Olympian slammed the Pakistani neta and asked him to read Sikh history to be better informed. She said that she herself was a Punjabi and Sidhu and that Punjabis have always been the biggest wall standing between India and what lies in the west of India. She lashed out at the Minister's insensitive post and said that one did ot need to be in the army to defend what was ours.
Read her tweet here:
Pakistan politician Ch Fawad Hussain had issued an abhorrent and flawed-at-conception tweet appealed to Indian Army soldiers along communal lines, even as his government and the Pakistani deep state abandoned all pretense, tweeting fake news and videos by the dozen to make it appear as though the situation is Kashmir is anything but normal.
Reacting to Pakistan politician Fawad Hussain's communal call to Indian soldiers in Kashmir, Khali said that the Indian Army helps all those people who are in need and supported the government's decision to abrogate Article 370.
Speaking to Republic TV's Shivani Gupta, Khali said, "There is no religion when it comes to Indian Army. Indian Army is there to help people only. There is nothing state-specific or religion-specific when it comes to Indian Army. Indian Army only helps people who are in need. Let us ignore Pakistan, like the world is ignoring them. He (Fawad Hussain) is a 'farzi' minister. It is good that the government abolished Article 370. The world is with us."