Navjot Sidhu can be out of Kapil Sharma Show



Navjot Singh Sidhu Can be out of Kapil Sharma Show due to the anti-statement  over Pulwama Attack.

Navjot Singh Sidhu Pu Lawma, a minister and cricketer in the Punjab government, has come into controversy after making a statement on the attack.

Responding to the extremist attack on CRPF jawans in Pulwam, Sidhu said that for a handful of people, a whole country or one person can be blamed for this.

Talking to the media after the postponement of the Punjab Assembly, Navjot Singh Sidhu described this attack as cowardly and said that people responsible for this attack should be punished, nothing would be wrong with giving abuses.



They said, “There is no country of terrorism, there is no religion of terrorists, no caste.”

On Thursday, extremists targeted at a convoy of CRPF jawans in Lithpora of Pulwama. In this suicide attack, a car filled with gunpowder was hit by the security forces which resulted in a fierce explosion. At least 40 CRPF personnel were killed in the attack.

The Indian government is blaming Pakistan for this attack. The responsibility of the attack was taken by the extremist organization, Jaish-e-Mohammed.

After Sidhu’s statement, his trolling started on social media. People not only opposed their statements, but Sony TV and comedian Kapil Sharma also came to their target. Many appealed on the show to Kapil Sharma, who came to Sony TV and boycott of Sony TV.

Navjot Singh Sidhu comes as a guest on Sony TV show ‘Comedy Night with Kapil Sharma’.

People are constantly reacting to their statements. On a tweet, a user Maverick wrote, “Remove Soni TV Sidhu from your show or else we will block you on DTH.”



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User Girish S has tweeted, “No one should see Kapil Sharma’s show till Navjot Singh Sidhu’s departure.”

https://twitter.com/girishs2/status/1096340281190801408

Social media user Khushboo Sharma wrote, “Sidhu, do not believe that Pakistan is a terrorist country.”

https://twitter.com/khushbootweet/status/1096387077371916288

Political parties have also come down in this matter. BJP spokesperson Suresh Nakhua told the boycott of Kapil Sharma’s show’s sponsor Swigi.



Suresh Nakhua tweeted, “Dear swigger, it looks like you are the main sponsor of Kapil Sharma’s show. If people stop using your app then will your valuation fall significantly? Sidhu is worth a fall in your assessment ? ” However, he also wrote that this is not a political post.

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User Jagdish has written, “Sidhu is anti-national and should be condemned in every way.”

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Akshay B. Shah tweeted, “If you are a true nation devotee then boycott Kapil Sharma’s program because of Sidhu.”

https://twitter.com/ABTVShah/status/1096341070458155008

Ashok Malhotra tweeted, “There is no response to Sidhu’s most fierce terrorist attack supported by his best friend Imran Khan. I appeal to you to boycott Kapil Sharma’s show till Siddhu is removed.”

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Priyanka has asked the Congress president Rahul Gandhi, “Rahul Gandhi, do you agree with this statement of your party leader? Is it the Congress party on the Pulwama attack? Will any journalist ask Rahul Gandhi on this?”

https://twitter.com/AstroAmigo/status/1096291527792439297



While expressing deep disappointment over the Pulwama attack, India had lodged a protest against the Pakistan High Commissioner in the Foreign Ministry’s office.

Indian Foreign Secretary Vijay Keshav Gokhale, expressing strong objection, said that Pakistan should immediately take effective action against Jaish-e-Mohammed.

On Friday late evening, Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Satyal Malik and many senior officers of the Army joined the mourning assembly in Srinagar.

Rajnath Singh said, “The country will not forget the tribute to our brave soldiers of CRPF, their martyrdom will not go unnecessarily.”



Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said that those who carried out the attack will have to pay a “heavy price”.

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