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After IAF Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman missing in action, Twitterati say, ‘no to war’

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 28 February 2019, 10:34 IST

As tension between India and Pakistan escalated, people from both countries were expressing their views on current situations. Even on Wednesday, a new trend on the micro-blogging site, ‘Say No To War’ started. Many users were demanding that the country should stop fighting.

Due to the heightened tensions between the two country, in India, several cities have been put on high alert. Earlier on Wednesday, several flights have been halted.

On 27th February, Pakistan Army attacked the military installations on the Indian side and in giving the reply to the action, Indian has lost it’s one MiG pilot Abhinandan Varthaman.

Since, Pulwama terror attack by Jaish on India’s CRPF convoy on 14th February, the tensions has been heightened between India and Pakistan.

On 26th February, India Air Force has dropped 1000 kgs of a bomb on terror camps and completely destructed the Jaish-e-Mohammad terror camp across Pakistan.

While the Pakistan Army has attacked India’s military camp by using its Air Force. In this action, Pakistan’s attempt was failed by Indian Amry, unfortunately, Indian Air Force Wing Commander is missing. However, Pak has claimed that he is in their custody.

On social media, users are demanding that the Wing commander should bring back to the country without any harm to him. Also, the hashtag was on the top trends in India was #SayNoToWar.

From celebrities to Twitter users, all took to Twitter and wrote their expressions.

See tweets:


Music composer, Vishal Dadlani took to Twitter and join the hashtag '#SayNoToWar' and wrote, 'Thank you! Only sane citizen voices can compel their governments to find some sense in these insane times. #SayNoToWar


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What's your take on this top trending hashtag '#SayNoToWar'?



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First published: 28 February 2019, 9:37 IST