|Little girl of Kargil saint, Gurmehar Kaur, has made a touching interest of peace amongst India and Pakistan, saying on the off chance that she could shed her abhor, so could every other person. (Source: Facebook/Voice of Ram)|
In a video of more than four minutes, Jalandhar-based 19-year-old Gurmehar Kaur — whose father Captain Mandeep Singh was killed amid the war in 1999 — has passed on the message through a progression of 30 notices written in English, with no voice however solemn music playing out of sight. Watch the touching video here.
She was only two years of age when he kicked the bucket and has not very many recollections of him. "I likewise recall the amount I used to loathe Pakistan and Pakistanis since they murdered my father", she has composed on a bulletin. She trusted all Muslims are Pakistanis and thus used to detest Muslims as well. She was six-years of age when she attempted to wound a woman in a burkha on the grounds that she thought she was in charge of her dad's passing.
Try not to brand her an Islamophobe at this time. Her mom who held her back and make her comprehend that it was not Pakistan, but rather the war that slaughtered her father. In the end she let go of her abhor, which — she composes on the bulletin — was "neither simple nor troublesome." She has scrutinized that on the off chance that she can do it, why can't every other person? She claims to be a warrior quite recently like her father, yet that she battles for peace amongst India and Pakistan.
"There are individuals who regularly say that Pakistanis and Muslims are in charge of murdering a few Indian warriors. What's more, since Pakistanis are for the most part Muslims, they regularly — without deduction — call Muslims the adversary of our nation. In any case, I need peace in light of the fact that if there was no war between us, my dad would have been here," she writes in the video.
She said she has made this video since she needs the "legislatures of both nations to quit imagining and take care of the issue", and has scrutinized the gauge of initiative of both countries. She has advised that "we can't dream of turning into a first world nation with third world administration". She has refered to the cases of France and Germany — who made peace after two world wars — and Japan and USA who set their past behind to work for advance.
She has requested that the two nations ought to talk, and that there's "state-supported fear mongering, enough state supported spies, state supported contempt" and that enough individuals have passed on both sides of the outskirt.
She closes the video with a notice saying "that's the last straw", followng it up with "I wish to live in reality as we know it where there are no Gurmehar Kaurs who miss their fathers." The last notice says #ProfileForPeace.
The video has been shared more than 23,000 circumstances on Facebook to overwhelmingly positive reactions.