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Aakash Chopra Made A ‘Humanitarian’ Appeal To Pakistan On Twitter

As the whole nation is currently battling with the novel Coronavirus, our Indian soldiers are battling with the Pakistani Troops who violated the ceasefire along the Line of Control in the Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir by resorting to unprovoked firing, as officials revealed on Thursday.
According to PTI, the Pakistani troops fired small arms and mortar shells towards Indian positions in the Hajipeer area of the Uri sector in Baramulla district, the officials said. However, our Indian army gave a solid reply to the Pakistani Troops by retaliating inadequate measure. As per the sources, there were no property or lives were reported.
The news of the same was shared by the official Twitter account by Press Trust Of India (PTI) News. Here, check out the Tweet:


Former Indian cricketer and popular commentator Aakash Chopra also reacted on the news. Aakash Chopra took to his micro-blogging Twitter and made a ‘humanitarian’ appeal to Pakistan. In his Tweet, he wrote how Pakistan needs to realize that there’s a much bigger problem in the form of Coronavirus, that the world is battling with.
The whole world has come to a standstill because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Globally the number of Coronavirus infected people has reached 536,617 taking the lives of more than 24,119 people. In India, the number of Coronavirus victims has reached to 763. Aakash Chopra wrote:
“Dear Pakistan, please realise that there’s a much bigger battle humanity is fighting. Thank You”
Here, check out the Tweet of Aakash Chopra:

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Meanwhile, many sporting events and tournaments have been suspended, postponed and canceled including the 2020’s edition of the Indian Premier League and the upcoming World Cup t20.

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