Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh, who had earlier called India to boycott Pakistan in the Cricket World Cup, has now urged Pakistan Prime Minister and World-Cup winning skipper, Imran Khan to do something quickly about the violence perpetrated in India from Pakistan.
The entire nation is grieving over the loss of lives of our brave hearts in the Pulwama terror attack, in which at least 42 CPRF jawans have been martyred. The dastardly attack took place on February 14 when terrorists targeted a convoy with a car bomb at Awantipora in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district. They were carrying more than 350 kg of explosives.
“I can only tell Imran Khan that he should take steps so that these issues can be addressed and how they can be addressed, he knows best,” Harbhajan told India Today.
“We are too small to understand how these issues can be tackled politically. But there should be an end to this. An end after which not a single soldier of ours has to lose his life. Because every soldier is someone’s son or brother and only that family can understand the pain,” he added.
Yesterday, Pakistan PM Imran Khan spoke up on the Pulwama attack in a video message. Imran Khan said, “India has blamed Pakistan without any proof. Pakistan has nothing to gain from this attack. Pakistan is moving towards peace and stability.”