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NEW DELHI: Indians journalists, columnists and political commentators were in full praise shortly after Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan announced release of Indian pilot, Wing Commander Pilot Abhinandan.
Sudheendra Kulkarni, right wing ideologue thinker and author has all praise for the former international cricketer.
“We Indians should give credit where credit is due. #Pakistan PM@ImranKhanPTI deserves our appreciation for quick return of Wing Cdr#Abhinandan. His is indeed a gesture of #Peace’” Kulkarni wrote in a tweet.
“We Indians should give credit where credit is due. #Pakistan PM @ImranKhanPTI deserves our appreciation for quick return of Wing Cdr #Abhinandhan . His is indeed a gesture of #Peace .
Now he shd quickly act against terrorist #JeM ” I said on @TimesNow @RShivshankar #SayNoToWar — Sudheendra Kulkarni (@SudheenKulkarni) March 1, 2019 “We in India may not like this, but in terms of pure optics, @ImranKhanPTI at the moment is winning the day by taking the moral high ground .. we have a strong case on terror but too many of our leaders busy calculating votes at the moment,” Rajdeep Sardesai said.
We in India may not like this, but in terms of pure optics, @ImranKhanPTI at the moment is winning the day by taking the moral high ground .. we have a strong case on terror but too many of our leaders busy calculating votes at the moment..
— Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) February 28, 2019

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