Twitter Reactions after Indian's Surgical Strike on Pakistan

Twitteratis cheers for India's Surgical Strike across LOC

The Indian army has confirmed that we had carried out surgical strikes across the Line of Control (LoC) at POK on Wednesday night. Many terror launch pads have been destroyed in this surgical strike. Indian and Pakistani citizens started a tweet war on Twitter to express their opinion on this issue. Indian twitteratis started wishing PMO Narendra Modi for this reply to uri attack while Pakistanis are trolling Indian Army for this operation.

Twitter Reactions on Surgical Stike 2016

Indian Army has announced a surgical strike across LOC in POK. Meanwhile, twitter users across the both countries had started a tweet war. Pakistani netizens started criticising opponents for this act. Many said that it is not a Surgical Attack but its a case of cross-border firing. Meanwhile, Pakistan Airforce confirmed that they are ready for reply. At the time news is being written, Pakistan Defence Minister Asif Khawaja briefs Pak PM Nawaz Sharif on SurgicalStrikes conducted by IndianArmy.

Surgical Strike tweets 

Twitter reactions from Politicians.

Rajasthan Former CM Ashok Gehlot Tweeted

Union Minister of State for Science & Technology and Earth Sciences, Government of India - YS Chowdary
C.R.Paatil- Member of Parliament-Navsari, Co-Incharge of BJP Bihar State
Arvind Kejriwal - CM of Delhi

Chief Minister of Maharashtra - Devendra Fadanvish Tweeted

Union Minister of State (Ind Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region. Dr Jitendra Singh tweeted
Jayant Sinha - Minister of State for Civil Aviation. BJP MP Tweeted
BJP President Amit Shah Tweeted
Satish Upadhyay
Dharmendra Pradhan Minister of State(Independent Charge) Petroleum & Natural Gas tweeted
Bollywood Reacts on Surgical Attacks

Anupam Kher tweeted

Funny Tweets on Surgical Attack

Akshay Makadiya Twitted a funny pic of tom and jerry on #ModiPunishesPak

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kushal kumar
4 October 2016 at 23:02 ×

The news on 28 September 2016 that SAARC Summit scheduled to be held in Pakistan in November 2016 has been postponed ( it was officially announced later) because while India declined to attend the said Summit due to prevailing conditions, some of other members Afghanistan , Bangladesh , Bhutan and Sri Lanka also expressed their inability to attend. These circumstances have obviously isolated Pakistan and is being read world- wide as a great diplomatic success for India. Further , there is more news. India is reported to have conducted surgical strikes on the night of 28 September 2016 into seven different locations inflicting substantial casualties of terrorists who were obviously to intrude into India to cause terror in days to come. Nation has been reassured by these brave , precise and perfectly professional acts of India’s armed forces about security and safety. In this regard ,readers may like to refresh themselves with predictions of this Vedic astrology writer in hitherto well known article “ 2016 – a woeful year for India with slight cheer at the end” published as early as on 18 January 2016 in online magazine While introducing the main features of the article , it was said : - “ While the first half of 2016 looks to be grim covering a variety of aspects of national life for substantial concern , circumstances yield to ‘SLIGHT CHEER’ at end covering months of October to December 2016”. This was reiterated while concluding the article with the following brief para : - “ Last quarter of year 2016 may bring a “SLIGHT CHEER” at the end , say October- December , covering aspects which would have caused substantial concern during times January to August-September 2016”. Aspects of national life causing substantial concern during January to August- September 2016 were also described in the article which included “terror” and “ defense and security concerns” in the Himalayan belt of northern India , obviously meaning J&K. So the coverage is obvious in a manner not to be mistaken. Thought readers may find the piece interesting.

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