Last Updated: 28th August, 2022
Pulwama Terror Attack: India is in a state of pain. Individuals the country over are communicating their despondency and agony over the fierce killings of CRPF jawans, who were martyred in a suicide bombing attack in Kashmir’s Pulwama province. After the horrendous Pulwama Terror Attack episode on Thursday, February 14, big names from crosswise over different fields condemned the attack and communicated their annihilation.
While all Indians are incredibly infuriated and lamented, tennis player Sania Mirza, who additionally happens to be the spouse of Pakistani cricketer, Shoaib Malik, has gotten some loathe talk.
We stand united #PulwamaAttack ?
72.2k Likes, 2,529 Comments – Sania Mirza (@mirzasaniar) on Instagram: “We stand united #PulwamaAttack ?”
The tennis player is in effect extremely trolled since she uploaded an image of her dress as instead of expressing her distress for the martyrs. Following the kickback, the ace tennis player took to her Twitter and shared her demolition. Be that as it may, it didn’t persuade netizens as they kept assaulting Mirza and scrutinizing her affection for India.
Presently, it looks the Mirza has had enough of the kickback. In a long post shared by the Australian Open finalist, she vented her heart out and hammered individuals who, as indicated by her, feel that celebrities need to ‘condemn’ an assault over web-based social networking so as to demonstrate their nationalism.
Saddened at the attack on our CRPF soldiers in #Pulawama ..my sincere condolences to the families.. there is no place for terrorism in the world.. prayers for peace .. #PulwamaAttack
— Sania Mirza (@MirzaSania) February 15, 2019
Sania penned that she plays for India and that is the way she serves her nation and individuals have no right to pass judgment on her activities. “Do your bit and we are doing our bit WITHOUT announcing on social media!! Yes that’s a thing too,” read a piece of her post.
Reacting to social media police via web-based social media by means of a long post… gracious, the incongruity!