New Delhi, May 2: Amid high tension between India and Pakistan, a Jalandhar-based girl has uploaded a strong video message.
In the 4-minutes Facebook message, 19-year old Gurmehar Kaur who lost her father Captain Mandeep Singh during 1999 Kargil war, has made an emotional appeal to the policy makers of both the countries without uttering a single word.
With the help of 30 placards, written in english, the girl has sent out a strong message to the Governments of both the countries, urging them to solve the present stalemate.
"I have more memories of how it feels to not have a father. I also remember how much I used to hate Pakistan and Pakistanis because they killed my dad", girl says in the message which has somber music in the background.
Narrating her anger and agony for Pakistan, Gurmehar says how she once tried to stab a lady in a burqa, thinking that she was responsible for her father's death.
"There are people who often say that Pakistanis and Muslims are responsible for killing several Indian soldiers. And since Pakistanis are mostly Muslims, they often, without thinking, call Muslims the enemy of our country but I want peace because if there was no war between us, my father would have been here," Gurmehar Kaur says in the emotional video message.
Girl further said that "governments should stop pretending and instead focus on solving the problem".