Veena Malik Trolled For Taking Jibe at Indian PM, Missing IAF Plane

Veena Malik Trolled For Taking Jibe at Indian PM, Missing IAF Plane

Pakistani actress, Veena Malik was trolled for taking a jibe at Narendra Modi and a missing Indian Airforce plane
Veena Malik Trolled For Taking Jibe at Indian PM, Missing IAF Plane
Veena Malik

Pakistani actress, Veena Malik was trolled for taking a jibe at Indian Prime Minister Narendar Modi and a missing Indian Airforce plane.

According to the Indian PM, the IAF AN-32 aircraft hasn’t crashed and could not be detected by radars due to cloud cover, she had sarcastically said.

The aforesaid jibe was taken in regards to Modi’s statement earlier this year during the Indo-Pak border skirmishes.

The actress called him a military scientist because he, during an interview, had stated that a cloud cover could actually hide Indian planes from the Pakistani radar system. 

She assumed he might use the same ‘raw wisdom’ to explain the reason for the missing AN-32.

Netizens started trolling her as soon as her tweet went viral over the internet. Some Twitterati also called her tweet insensitive, disgusting and disgraceful. Her timeline was flooded with insults unfortunately.

“Oh Veena Malik, aren’t you the same D grade actress who was thrown out of India despite you went nude on Cameras? I mean it didn’t work ! so did @pid_gov hired you to beg few Timatar from India?,” one user said. 

 “Thrown out of bollywood someone left to full time tweeting out her frustration,” added another.

“Shameless creature you forgot hospitality extended to you when you were in #BiggBoss and now spreading venom. Doob meregi ek din,” said one more user.

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“Have some shame , there are 6+ civilians on it too. And even I can go on with Imrand Khan saying like that of (Germany Japan border) or (5Billon trees) or (Kamikaze remark) etc…etc… ETC..!!!! #PKMKB Forever,” another social media user added.

The airplane which was planned to touch base at the Mechuka Advance Landing Ground in Arunachal Pradesh at 1.30 PM took off at 12.25 PM and lost contact at around 1 PM with the ground station. 

An inquiry activity is in progress to find the air ship. An IAF representative said. "The SAR has continued as the climate clears up. Two Mi17s and one ALH has just been conveyed with the ground gathering of the Army and the ITBP. More resources might be conveyed.”

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