On Wednesday morning a shocking incident has happened in Kashmir`s sopore, a 60-year-old civilian was killed in the cross-firing when an encounter broke out between militants and security forces. The civilian was killed right in front of his three-year-old grandson. later, the Heart-wrenching picture of the boy goes viral. The little boy identified as Ayaad could be seen sitting on the chest of his grandfather in one of the pictures that went viral on social media, which shook the entire world and made every eye moist. He was maybe trying to wake up his grandfather unaware of the reality that “his dada had was no more”
Meanwhile, BJP leader Sambit Patra took to Twitter and posted the picture and captioned it, “PULITZER LOVERS ??”
After that actress, Dia Mirza and music composer Vishal Dadlani and many more people are lashing out on Sambit Patra tweet. “Do you not have an iota of empathy left in you??” wrote Dia Mirza. When Mirza pointed out that this did not answer her question, Patra was quick to respond. “Yes, Madam I have EMPATHY for my forces, for Every Indian Citizen irrespective of their religion… Unlike you whose Empathy is selective Remember I am not a Selective Placard holder BTW I am your fan and would love to see you with a Placard condemning Pak sponsored Jihad today,” he wrote. But this was not the end. Mirza responded by saying that empathy was not “selective”. “We either have it or we don’t. No child should ever have to endure the pain and horror this child has. Stop the politics and you have my support. With or without a placard,” she wrote. This prompted yet another reply, and Patra once again urged her to show “support with a placard”.
Vishal said, “Can @TwitterIndia and @Twitter take cognizance of the sensitive material in the attached tweet and the hateful reason for this post, and take action against this man? Also, can all right-thinking people with a sense of decency and empathy, please report his account? Thanks.
“Meanwhile, Patra`s tweet could have been aimed at the Indian journalist- Daryasin, Mukhtar Khan, and Channi Anand who were honoured with the 2020 Pulitzer Prize in the field of feature photography earlier this year. They were awarded for the “striking image of life” in Jammu and Kashmir after the Centre abrogated Article 370 of the Indian Constitution.
(Image credit: thefederal.com)