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The situation at the India-Pakistan border is getting intense and fiery with each passing minute. The events that have occurred in the last few days have resulted in a high level of tension between the neighbouring countries. Today, an air combat took place after the Pakistani Air Force violated air space and targeted military installations in India. In the combat, one PAF fighter jet was shot down and IAF also lost its fighter plane Mig 21 Bison. Both the aircraft fell on the other side of the border and the Indian pilot was said to be missing. Later, it was announced that the Pakistani Army had captured the Indian Air Force pilot.
Soon everyone took to Twitter and raised their concern for the safe return of captive pilot Abhinandan Varthman. Actress Raveena Tandon also shared her thoughts and said on Twitter that the war is not between the two countries and that they should stand together and fight against terrorism. She tweeted, “There is a difference between war and terrorism. The WAR is Against TERRORISM, and not a country, why can’t countries unite and fight against terrorism rather than morons trying to defend terrorists and their camps? While innocents die the terrorists have achieved what they wanted.”
There is a difference between war and terrorism.The WAR is Against TERRORISM,and not a country,why can’t countries unite and fight against terrorism rather than morons trying to defend terrorists and their camps?While innocents die the terrorists have achieved what they wanted .
— Raveena Tandon (@TandonRaveena) February 27, 2019
The whole tension between Indian and Pakistan began after the Pulwama terror attack. On February 14, a suicide bomber belonging to the Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist group rammed an explosive-filled SUV in a bus carrying CRPF personnel. The bus exploded and more than 40 Indian soldiers lost their lives. In retaliation, the Indian Air Force yesterday carried out a surgical strike and bombed the training camps of Jaish-e-Mohammed group in which approximately 300 terrorists were killed. For more updates and news, keep ready Cine Blitz.