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The #SayNoToWar Posts That Really Hit Us Hard

The #SayNoToWar Posts That Really Hit Us Hard

Post the Pulwama attack, the Indian army launched a surgical strike in the Balakot area in Pakistan to take out the terrorist organisation behind the attack. Post the surgical strike, on Wednesday, Pakistan announced that it has taken custody of an Indian Air Force pilot.


As the citizens of India and Pakistan learnt of the crossfire taking place on the Line Of Control, there was a cry for war on WhatsApp and Facebook groups. Meanwhile, several took to social media to promote peace. This is what gave birth to the hashtag #SayNoToWar where citizens of both the countries decided to promote peace and share their thoughts.


Here are the posts on #SayNoToWar that really hit us the hardest:


1. Why The Cry For War?


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Source: Twitter


2. Is This Something We Should Be Promoting?


 


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Source: Instagram


3. What About The Voice Of The Citizens?


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Source: Twitter


4. Who Is The Voice Of Reason?


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Source: Instagram


5. Who Should You Listen To?


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Source: Twitter


6. Have We Thought Of The Families?


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Source: Instagram


7. Have We Considered The Bloodshed? 


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Source: Twitter


8. At What Cost?


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Source: Instagram


9. Who Does It Benefit?


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Source: Twitter


10. Are We Asking The Voices That Matter?


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Source: Instagram


 


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Published on Feb 28, 2019
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