We all are aware of the girl Gurmehar Kaur. Her protest against ABVP has sparked a new controversy. She said in her FB post that she is against ABVP students. And after that one of her old message has gone viral where she said that “Pakistan Did not kill my dad, War killed him”.
After that, Virender Sehwag who is known for his humorous tweets,posted a humorous tweet where he said, “I didn’t score two triple centuries, my bat did”. He didn’t even tag Gurmehar Kaur in his post but his tweet irked our presstitute brigade so much that they started attacking him. They started saying that he should be ashamed of bullying Gurmehar.
After Virender Sehwag, actor Randeep Hooda came under the guns of Media presstitutes. And the only thing that Randeep did was that he also had a laugh on Sehwag’s tweet.
In the below tweets you can clearly see how peeved the presstitutes were:
Sad, from you, Viru & Randeep, big-hearted stars. Nobody’s patriotism needs certificates & hers has stamp of her father’s supreme sacrifice https://t.co/6UAc98i2tH
— Shekhar Gupta (@ShekharGupta) February 26, 2017
— barkha dutt (@BDUTT) February 26, 2017
Right here my friend. You exercised yours. I did mine !! And that’s how it should be. Argue minus mocking, threats, smear & abuse. https://t.co/1nizQLGfCu
— barkha dutt (@BDUTT) February 26, 2017
— Rana Ayyub (@RanaAyyub) February 26, 2017
Here is how in one tweet at the end Randeep concluded it all:
— Randeep Hooda (@RandeepHooda) February 26, 2017
But the presstitutes did not stop there and the fight got uglier. Now after giving the hard-hitting replies on twitter, Randeep took it to facebook and posted an amazing post there.
“She wasn’t tagged in his joke nor in my amusement. But some journalists, among others, are trying hard to give this all kinds of colours to malign us and prove their point. They want to attach labels to us to further their agendas. That’s bullying and if you think you can bully us, you have another thing coming, Randeep Said in his post.
AMAZING, WHAT A SLAP!
You can read his full post below:
“Don’t hang me over a laugh!
Viru cracked a joke and I admit I laughed. Damn!! He is so witty and this is one of the other million things he’s said that has made me crack up. That was it!!
But now, lo and behold, I’m being held responsible for instigating hate threats against a young girl, shockingly by the girl herself. That’s absolutely untrue. That was never our intention and our tweets is not the source of all the hate she might be receiving.
She spoke up, she stood for something she believes in, so then, she must also have the courage and fortitude to listen to the voices against it. To point fingers at someone else (in this case me) and hold him responsible for the reactions to her actions is not right. I have absolutely nothing against her and strongly believe that violence is wrong. Threatening a woman with violence is an even more heinous crime and the perpetrators should be brought to task with the most severe punishment.
I like her video of peace between warring nations. It’s noble. But that’s not the point in contention, is it? She has the right to protest against what she feels is wrong and it’s also Viru’s right to make a joke about it. We live in a democracy and enjoy the right to freedom of expression! Accusing us of bullying and trolling the girl is wrong.
She wasn’t tagged in his joke nor in my amusement. But some journalists, among others, are trying hard to give this all kinds of colours to malign us and prove their point. They want to attach labels to us to further their agendas. That’s bullying and if you think you can bully us, you have another thing coming.
How’s the DU violence connected to her appeal against war? How’s Viru’s wit connected to supporting violence? The point is that it’s not, but is very pointedly being manipulated into being so.
This girl’s voice is important, but not more important than every other citizen. She is in no way representing all the martyrs and their children. It’s her personal opinion and should be taken as such. And it is my personal opinion that people shouldn’t fire their guns from young, impressionable shoulders. Students should study, debate and learn from these exchanges. They are the future of our nation and I’m not worried about our future because we have such brave and outspoken youngsters around.
As for being insensitive to a martyr’s daughter, let me tell you that six of my classmates have sacrificed their lives for the nation and so have many others, senior and junior to me. Every village in my state has martyrs who have been saluted for more than two centuries. Yes, war is wrong but we didn’t start it or persevere with it. We don’t back down from protecting our borders even if it takes our loved ones away. How do we deal with it ? With ironical humour!!
With this I’d like to end my engagement with this particular topic.
To whom it may concern : https://t.co/LC8qzhTSz7
— Randeep Hooda (@RandeepHooda) February 27, 2017