Akshay Kumar ‘abused’ by left-liberals after he responds to Richa Chadha’s Galwan tweet


Akshay Kumar ‘abused’ by left-liberals after he responds to Richa Chadha’s Galwan tweet

Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar criticised fellow actress Richa Chadha for her objectionable tweet mocking the 20 soldiers, who were killed in action during the Galwan Valley clash of 2020 with the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA).


While responding to her tweet last Thursday, Kumar wrote, “Hurts to see this. Nothing ever should make us ungrateful towards our armed forces. Woh hain toh aaj hum hain (We exist because they exist).”


Soon after his response, left-liberals descended on his Twitter timeline and abused him for holding ‘Canadian citizenship.’ The tweets suggested that the actor should not hold any opinion on the Indian army for the virtue of being a citizen of another country.


Rohini Singh, a ‘journalist’ with The Wire, a far-left publication founded by American citizen Siddharth Varadarajan, tweeted, “Has Akshay Kumar given up his Canadian passport and become an Indian citizen yet?”


The Maharashtra unit of the Congress Sevadal tweeted, “Some people left Indian Passport to attain citizenship in Canada are actually giving lessons on patriotism. Seriously!”


“We are very proud of our armed forces- it’s our current govt which seems hell-bent on insulting them by consistently lying about China. Anyway, why is a Canadian citizen worried about our internal matters?” wrote one Ajay Kamath.


Political activist, Rajeev Dhyanu, labelled the Bollywood actor as ‘Canada Kumar’ and claimed that he wasn’t hurt seeing the dead bodies of the soldiers who were killed in the Galwan Valley.


Former Amnesty India head who is now under scrutiny in an FCRA case, Aakar Patel, remarked, “Foreign agent stay out of this.”


‘Columnist’ Jas Oberoi asked, “Has Indian army started to serve Canadian citizens too?”


“Thats our armed forces and not your Canada’s,” wrote a popular liberal troll account.


While they take potshots at Akshay Kumar for being a ‘Canadian’ and standing up for the Indian Army, it is worth noting that Akshay Kumar had done far more for India than the combined contribution of the left-liberals to the country. Besides being a top income-tax payer, Kumar donated Rs 25 crores to PM Cares Fund to help the country fight against the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.


The actor also launched the ‘Bharat Ke Veer’ platform with the help of the Ministry of Home Affairs to help people send money directly to the bank accounts of family members of soldiers martyred in the line of duty.


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