Kangana Ranaut called Shabana Azmi anti-national. Here is how the veteran actress responded

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The nation was stunned by shock and sadness after Pakistan-sponsored terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed orchestrated a deadly attack on the convoy of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Jammu and the Pulwama district of Kashmir. Thursday afternoon. The attack claimed the lives of at least 40 soldiers and left several more seriously injured.

We want a surgical attack in Pakistan to avenge the Pulwama attack, says the family of the martyred CRPFJawan

In solidarity with the martyred soldiers, Javed Akhtar and Shabana Azmi canceled their visit to Karachi. The couple had been invited by the Karachi Art Council for a two-day literature conference to celebrate the actress’ father, the writings of the late Kaifi Azmi.

However, Kangana Ranaut was not impressed by Shabana’s gesture and launched a scathing attack on her. “People like Shabana Azmi are calling for the cultural exchange to stop, they are the ones promoting the Bharat Tere Tukde Honge gangs … why did they organize an event in Karachi in the first place when the Pakistani artists were expelled after the Uri attacks? And now are they trying to save face? Kangana told an entertainment website.

“The film industry is full of anti-nationals that increase the morale of the enemies in many ways, but now is the time to focus on decisive actions … Pakistan’s ban is not the objective, the destruction of Pakistan is it”, he added.

When a website approached Shabana for his response to Kangana’s comments, he said: “Actually, at a time like this, a personal attack on me can be of great importance when the whole country stands out as one in our pain and in condemning this, evil attack of Pulwama, may God bless you. ”

The Pulwama terrorist attack is the worst terror attack against security forces in decades. Adil Ahmad Dar, the terrorist behind the attack, rammed his car containing 350 kg of explosives into a security convoy of 78 vehicles, each with around 40-45 soldiers.