Pak Army Spokesperson Calls August 15 ‘Black Day’, Gets Fitting Reply From Indian Army Officer

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The cancellation of Article 370 and Article 35 A has made Pakistan scream foul to the entire world. Imran Khan said he stands with his ‘Kashmiri brothers’ and asked UN intervention in this matter of uplifting the Article 370 and Article 35 A from Kashmir but he only faced disappointment as UN refuses to intervene.

Before the midnight of August 15, India’s 73rd Independence Day, Asif Ghafoor who is Pakistan’s armed forces spokesperson – tweeted from his personal account. This is what the tweet read, ‘Count down for Black Day…Starts in 150 minutes.’

His ‘subtle’ tweet probably meant that the Indian Independence Day is ‘Black Day’.

Well, his tweet unsurprisingly went viral in Pakistan. However, at midnight he got a befitting reply from an ex-officer of the Indian Army.
Indian Army veteran, Major Gaurav Arya (retired) tweeted to him ‘#AbbuKoWishNahiKaroge’.

This is what he said in Hindi, ‘Respect your daddy’. And then, people in India virtually applauded and saluted the Army veteran for his reply and ‘#AbbuKoWishNahiKaroge’ is one of the top trends on Twitter right now.

Someone dug up the image of Pakistan surrendering after the 1971 war at Dhaka when Bangladesh was born. 93,000 Pakistani soldiers had to surrender to the Indian Army on December 16, 1971.

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Image source: Indiatimes