This teen daughter of slain Indian Army captain will leave all Muslim-haters red faced – WATCH
In a video, a Jalandhar-based girl tells us her story, where she talks extensively about her childhood, that was full of hatred for Pakistan, its citizens and Muslims.
New Delhi: Gurmehar Kaur, now 19, was two-years-old when she lost her father Captain Mandeep Singh in the line of duty during the 1999 Kargil war.
Kaur, who has very little memory of her father, remembers hating Pakistan and Pakistanis. In fact, Kaur even hated all Muslims throughout her childhood assuming all of them to be Pakistanis and hence responsible for her father's death.
In a video made and shared by Ram Subramanian, Kaur tells us her story, where she talks extensively about her childhood, that was full of hatred for Pakistan, its citizens and Muslims. However, this Jalandhar-based girl realised it soon that 'it was not Pakistan but the war that killed his dad'.
Kaur, who has given a message for peace through placards, writes that she 'fights for peace between India and Pakistan and wishes to live in a world where there are no Gurmehar Kaurs who miss their dad'.
Undoubtedly, one of the most impactful videos, it leaves a message of PEACE for both Indians and Pakistanis.
Watch the video here: