Delhi, First Published Dec 9, 2021, 6:06 PM IST
New Delhi: The country is still reeling from the devastation caused by the death of Joint Chiefs of Staff General Bipin Rawat in a helicopter crash. Condolences continue to flow from within and outside the country. Retired Brigadier RS Pathania’s condolence note for those killed in the accident has received a lot of attention.
‘Salute you sir. Jai Hind. ‘ Was his tweet. Major Adil Raja, a former Pakistani soldier, reacted to this and it became a big discussion on social media. ‘Sir, please accept my heartfelt condolences,’ replied Adil Raja. Adil Raja is also a spokesperson for the Pakistan X-Servicemen Society.
In response to this’ Thank you, Adil. That is what is expected of a soldier. Salute you, ‘said RS Pathania. Adil Raja replied that this was the most honorable thing to do as a soldier. “I’m sorry for your loss,” he said. In Punjabi folklore, it is said, ‘Dushman mare te khushyan na manavu, kadde sajna v mar jana’. ‘Don’t celebrate the death of your enemies, it means your friends will die another day,’ he said. Many people are reacting to Adil Raja.
Meanwhile, the response of Twitter users in Pakistan to the mockery and joy of the incident in which 13 people, including Bipin Rawat and his wife, were killed in a helicopter crash has been highly critical. Many people responded to the news with laughing emojis. The death of Bipin Rawat was not confirmed in the first hour of the accident.
Zeeshan Afridi tweeted that he was saddened by the news and that Bipin Rawat was not dead. Some even tweeted that Bipin Rawat should go to hell. One person tweeted that Rawat’s death was a festival. One person tweeted that the Indian Air Force was behind the death of Bipin Rawat. Some have blamed the Indian government for Rawat’s death in a wave of sympathy in the UP elections. The news was reported by News18.
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Last Updated Dec 9, 2021, 6:09 PM IST