Bollywood actor turned politician, Sunny Deol, Unlike other politicians, who never miss a chance to badmouth Pakistan, refused to make any comment on Balakot airstrike and Pak-India relations.
“Movies are different but this is not a movie this is real life. I have always done positive roles in my life my sentiments are also same,” he said. While responding a question he said, “I do not know much about issues like Balakot strikes or India’s relations with Pakistan. I am here to serve people; if I win maybe I will have an opinion, right now I don’t,” he admits. Mr Deol, 62, is BJP’s choice to wrestle the Gurdaspur seat back from Congress.
On February 26, Indian fighter jets had carried out failed airstrikes in Balakot on what the Modi administration alleged were ‘militant camps’. Islamabad has denied any such camps existed. Indian Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale had claimed that Indian Air Force (IAF) jets had destroyed a key ‘terror camp’ and killed scores of terrorists. But later Pakistan had badly exposed Indian lies.
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