Sehwag and Randeep Hooda Take On Kargil Martyr’s Daughter For Anti ABVP Protest!

CRB Tech reviews brings to you blogs on latest trending news, around the world. The latest talked about thing, at least on social media, is the ganging up of Viru and actor Randeep Hooda against Kargil Martyr’s daughter for speaking out against ABVP. Let’s check out the details of this story….


Student of Delhi University, Gurmehar Kaur could most likely not have expected rape threats for taking a quiet political opine against the brutality unleashed at Delhi’s Ramjas school on 22 February. Nor might she be able to have anticipated that two famous Indian big names, including a quite cherished cricketing icon, would lead the hate wave she has been confronting on Twitter, for a couple of days.

As is regularly the case on Twitter, the celebrity endorsements of the hair that Kaur was confronting, initiated more abuse. At the point when individuals got them out, Hooda didn’t stop, yet went ahead to safeguard Sehwag’s tweet with more bland tweets.

Hooda continued to assert, in staggeringly disparaging tweets, that Kaur was a ‘poor girl’ being utilized as a front for a political milage.

Kaur as of late began a protest against Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), claimed to have assaulted the students of Ramjas amid an arranged march from the college on 22nd Feb to ask for action vandalism by the RSS-supported group a day before. Kaur changed her Facebook profile picture to one holding a card that read,

“I am a student from Delhi University. I am not afraid of ABVP. I am not alone. Every student of India is with me. #StudentsAgainstABVP.”

As expected, students soon began supporting Kaur, utilizing the hashtag to regroup and protest against violence.


A year back, Kaur had posted a video on Facebook in her endeavor to construct peace amongst India and Pakistan. The video is being shared again after her DU tweet.

In the video, Kaur is additionally observed holding up a sign that peruses ‘Pakistan did not kill my dad, war did’. Kaur’s dad, Captain Mandeep Singh, was killed during the 1999 Kargil war.

Kaur’s Pakistan sign had a direct inverse impact online among a group of ultra-patriots for whom the neighboring state is a pressure indicate for trigger trolling.

Trolls dropped on her timeline to tweet gaalis and scrutinize her for her position against violence in the subcontinent. What most did not highlight, is that she held more than one billboard.

CRB Tech reviews sees this turning into a sensitive topic of discussion. One thing to learn from this is that we should be aware of what we are writing on the social media platform. Use it with discretion..

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