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New Delhi: After the deadly Uri attack in Jammu and Kashmir where as many as 19 Indian soldiers were killed, Delh's chief minister Arvind Kejriwal asking for proof over surgical strikes carried out by Indian Army and MNS banning Pakistani artistes in India has definitely opened space for serious debate. Here's a major point that Bollywood's action hero Akshay Kumar has raised through a video message online and it's a must watch!
In the video message, the 49-year-old actor is not talking as a celebrity but as a son of an Army officer. And he is raising a crucial point that somewhere we all have forgotten. He stresses on the fact that as Indian citizens we must stop fighting amongst ourselves and rather think about on the Indian soldiers who sacrificed their lives for out safety. To think about the families of all the martyrs who lost a member.
He further recalls martyr Nitin Kumar who lost his life in Baramulla attack and reminiscences the 19 soldiers who died while battling Uri attack.
He rightly points out that now is the time to not politicise the issue but rather focus on the future of Indian soldiers. Don't forget they are the reason for our survival.
Something which has been on my mind since the past few days and I just had to say it. Not intending to offend anyone...so here goes pic.twitter.com/ASaLwobWgu
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) October 6, 2016