#SayNoToWar becomes top twitter trend in India
LAHORE (92 News) – #SayNoToWar becomes top twitter trend in India after Pakistan Air Force (PAF) shot down two IAF fighter jets.
According to the reports, after Pakistan Air Force (PAF) shot down two Indian fighting jets on Wednesday and video of arrested Indian pilot Abhi Nandan spread on social media, hashtag #SayNoToWar has become the top trend in India.
Amid war fears as tensions soared between India and Pakistan on Wednesday, Indian several social media users advocated peace and took to Twitter using the hashtag #SayNoToWar. The hashtag soon became one of the top trends in India.
On Wednesday, Pakistan Air Force shot down two Indian aircraft inside Pakistani airspace and arrested two Indian pilots on ground. The move followed India’s intrusion into Pakistan’s airspace early Tuesday.
Amid war fears, several social media users in India advocated peace and urged that war should not be fought.
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One Indian user wrote: “No politician ever dies in a war, they only create it. It’s always the innocent civilians and military jawans that suffer and die. We demand #*BringBackAbhinandan.”
Another Indian writer Nikhil Taneja wrote: “o those baying for revenge and blood, I’m sure you’ve seen videos of Wing Commander Abhindan in captivity. This is the cost or war. ‘Countries’ don’t get affected by war. Human beings do. For a country to ‘win’, human lives can be lost. Pray for peace, please.
“To those baying for revenge and blood, I’m sure you’ve seen videos of Wing Commander Abhindan in captivity. This is the cost or war. ‘Countries’ don’t get affected by war. Human beings do. For a country to ‘win’, human lives can be lost,” Indian user said.
Another Indian wrote: “Yesterday, I started a hashtag #*SayNoToWar* link and I so happy to know that is trending. I am thankful who took this little effort forward. We are together in this.”
Latest: Mr. Prime Minister of India @narendramodi, i urges to you that please listen to Mr. Imran Khan (Pak PM) @ImranKhanPTI what he said on his statement, that “If you want any dialogue on Pulwama then we’re ready for that” (A Short While Ago) #SayNoToWar #Abhinandan pic.twitter.com/wOXy12blMg
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