Uri: The Surgical Strike actor Vicky Kaushal has condemned the Pulwama terror attack on the CRPF convoy that occurred on Thursday and took the lives of as many as 40 jawans.
Describing the episode as sad, Vicky told news agency IANS, “It is a great loss of human lives. If in any possible way, we can support the family of martyrs, it would be a great contribution from our end, as a society. The whole incident should not be forgiven and forgotten.”
While talking to the media at Cine and TV Artistes’ Association (CINTAA) and 48 Hour Project’s first edition of ‘Act Fest 2019’, the Masaan actor said that it is essential to give an answer to the terror attack that took place in Pulwama district of Jammu & Kashmir. Vicky essayed the lead role of an army officer in his latest box-office blockbuster for which he drew a lot of acclaim from the audiences.
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On being asked whether he feels a surgical strike should again be conducted, the Manmarziyaan actor told PTI, “I feel I am a less knowledgeable person… It is easy to say do this, do that and this should happen or that should happen, there are repercussions also that happen.”
“I think our government will be thinking of the best move, they would be discussing these things and we should leave it to them. This should not be forgotten and should not be forgiven,” he further said. The Sanju actor also said that he was thankful to everybody for their support and love for Uri but is saddened by the attack at the moment.
“The kind of situation (we are facing), it seems like a personal loss because of the journey we have had. It does feel sad when we read about it. It is a very sad sight for all of us,” Vicky further told PTI.
Lauding Amitabh Bachchan’s move to donate Rs 5 lakh each to the martyred jawans’ families, he said, “I think in any way, be it financially or emotionally, if we can support their families as a nation it is a good thing. We all should come ahead.”