Former Pakistan cricket captain Shahid Afridi today advised both New Delhi and Islamabad to ‘say no to war’ and maintain peace between the two countries.
Afridi’s reaction comes in the way of Indian Army’s recent surgical strikes against the militant hideouts in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir in which around 50 terrorists were reportedly neutralised. Seven terror launch pads were destroyed by the Indian Army in this operation.
In a series of tweets, Shahid Afridi today underlined that Pakistan is a peace loving country and that it wants peace with every country.
"Pakistan is a peace loving nation, why talk about extreme measures when things can be resolved through dialogues?" the former T20 skipper tweeted.
Pakistan is a peace loving nation,y talk abt extreme measures when things can be resolved through dialogues. Pakistan wants cordial 1/2— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) September 29, 2016
Afridi reminded the arch-rivals that when two neighbours fight both homes are affected.
"Pakistan wants cordial relationship with all. When two neighbours fight both homes are effected (affected). Say No to war. #Pakistan #India #Peace #neighbours," he added.