Pakistani singer Atif Aslam has recently became target of trolls after he condemns scrapping of Article 370 by government.
Atif took to Twitter and condemns the government’s decision.
He wrote, “Happy to share something very big with all of you. Inshallah, I’ll be leaving soon for the most important journey of my life. Before departing for Hajj, I would like to ask for everyone’s forgiveness, be it fans, family, friends. Apologies for hurting anyone’s sentiments. kindly keep me in your prayers.”
Atif Aslam condemns scrapping of Article 370
“Also I strongly condemn the violence and tyranny being conducted against the Kashmiris. May Allah bless lives of the innocent in #Kashmir and all over the world,” it read further.
Happy to share something very big with all of you. Inshallah I’ll be leaving soon for the most important (cont) https://t.co/7lBJRH1K7y
— Atif Aslam (@itsaadee) August 6, 2019
As soon as he posted this tweet, people starts trolling him on social media. Here’s how people reacted:
To add a political statement when you are going for such a spiritual journey is extremely sad. Assume you will find it difficult to sing for Indian films for a long time now. #kashmir #article370 #india. #atifaslam. pic.twitter.com/J8zgBbkKgR
— Tarun Shukla (@shukla_tarun) August 6, 2019
And there are still a bunch of idiots who insist on making him sing for their projects !!
— Vishal Malhotra (@Vishhman) August 6, 2019
Don’t get into politics sir. Kashmiris are safe in India and they love their nation. Why didn’t this tweet came after Pulwama Attacks?Soldiers were killed then, condemning won’t have let you to any loss.
— Atif Aslam-Milestone (@AslamMilestone) August 6, 2019
i disagree with ur tweet about kashmiris….for the first time….modi did the best for kashmiris….i am ur fan man…pls don’t get into politics..pls
— Rahul Jha (@RahulJh04224711) August 6, 2019
On August 5, Union Home Minister Amit Shah announced the scrapping of Article 370that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir on Monday in Rajya Sabha. The state of Jammu and Kashmir has been bifurcated into two union territories—Jammu and Kashmir with Legislature and Ladakh without Legislature.