Pakistani singer Atif Aslam recently tweeted about his opinion on scrapping of Article 370, that granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir. In the tweet, he ‘strongly condemned the violence and tyranny conducted against Kashmiris’ and prayed for the ‘lives of the innocent and all over the world’.Also Read - PM Modi's Key Meeting with Top Govt Officials on Covid Situation, Vaccination Status Begins

His tweet reads,” Happy to share something very big with all of you. Inshallah, I’ll be leaving soon for the most important journey of my life. Before departing for Hajj, I would like to ask for everyone’s forgiveness, be it fans, family, friends. Apologies for hurting anyone’s sentiments. kindly keep me in your prayers. Also, I strongly condemn the violence and tyranny being conducted against the Kashmiris. May Allah bless lives of the innocent in #Kashmir and all over the world (sic)” Also Read - PM Modi Invited to US 'Summit for Democracy', Likely to Participate: Sources


However, his tweet did not go well with his Indian fans and irked them. Soon his post was flooded with thousands of comments where people mercilessly trolled him. One user commented, “To add a political statement when you are going for such a spiritual journey is extremely sad. Assume you will find it difficult to sing for Indian films for a long time now. #kashmir #article370 #india. #atifaslam.” While the other wrote, “I think u wanted to write balochistan but spellings are little beyond your level so…you googled what was trending….never mind whats cost of your currency now a days..what is inflation rate…??.still looking to find work in india..?? @GautamGambhir @ZeeNews @smritiirani.” Also Read - 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’ Powerful Manifestation Of Constitution's Spirit: PM Modi At Constitution Day Event

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After Indian Home Minister Amit Shah announced on Monday that Article 370 stands revoked from the Indian constitution, several film stars took to social media to react on the historic political development in the country.