WATCH: Pakistani girl’s video on questioning the role of military in terrorism goes viral

Many have praised her for being brave while some are worried for her safety.

By: Express Web Desk | Published: October 14, 2016 5:58 pm
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The relationship between India and Pakistan has been strained over the past month after the Uri attacks that killed 19 Indian soldiers. In retaliation, the Indian Army announced that it carried out surgical strikes on seven launch pads along the Line of Control. At the United Nations General Assembly, India made its stand against terrorism very clear and even pointed out Pakistan’s role in terrorism.

Amid the ongoing situation, a rather old video of a Pakistani girl questioning the role of military in terrorism during what looks like a conference has gone viral on social media. The video, uploaded by Viral in India on October 10, has been shared massively and already has over 800,000 views. Though it has been uploaded by various other YouTube accounts now.

The girl starts by saying that she is surprised to realise that they have spoken on terrorism for over 10 minutes but not once have they mentioned military. “We should try and learn from our history and the history of terrorism in Pakistan is linked with military,” she says.

Many, in the comments section, have praised her for being brave while some are worried for her safety.

Watch video:

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  1. M
    Oct 15, 2016 at 7:14 am
    Why do u have to add the annoying loud music to it?????!!!!!!come on Indian express this is so loud. I really wanted to listen to her but the back ground music. Only this on Indian website
    1. G
      Oct 16, 2016 at 12:53 pm
      OSS - Viral Videos Hit Subscribe for More Videos :)
      1. K
        Oct 15, 2016 at 4:41 am
        Military in stan is dominated by the Punjabis who are unethical. Purge it them. And stan twill be 'pak' in the true sense of that term.