Gul Panag Voices Her Opinion on Pulwama Terror Attack, Says India's Response Options Are Limited
Gul Panag reacts to Pulwama attack (Photo Credits: Facebook)

The tention between India and Pakistan is mounting with each passing day after the ghastly Pulwama terror attack in Kashmir. The deadly attack claimed the life of 40 CRPF personnels leaving India in a big state of shock. While India continues to blame Pakistan for backing the attack and the opposition country continues to deny the claims, everyone is taking to social media to voice their opinion about the same. After Pulwama Terror Attack, This Old Fake News Video of Shah Rukh Khan's Donation to Pakistani Victims Goes Viral.

Gul Panag just took to Twitter to share her thoughts on how she thinks retaliation is not the apt thing to do for us, at the moment since we have "limited options". In a series of tweets, she shared her thoughts on surgical strikes and other ways that will/ won't work out in favour of India. Here are some of Gul's tweets: Pulwama Attack: After Ajay Devgn’s Total Dhamaal, Now Maddock Films Won’t Release Kartik Aaryan’s Luka Chuppi and Diljit Dosanjh’s Arjun Patiala in Pakistan.

"Our response options are limited. We don’t have adequate force levels to launch a conventional war, since we would also have to factor the Chinese sabre rattling in the North East. "

" A surgical strike is out of the question, as we don’t have the element of surprise and with the effectiveness of a PMO-monitored strike having been punctured, another attempt would have negative value, especially if any Special Forces are captured alive. "

" We have the military option of “limited recce in force”, ( pushing forth in certain border areas with an objective of dominating or capturing pieces of land). Another option is pummeling the line of control with incessant artillery fire. "

" But this will have little effect on the deep state leadership. Instead, it will swell the ranks of militants from the valley, as the artillery will cause collateral damage. "

Check out the full thread here:

After the attack, Bollywood has put a blanket ban on Pakistani artists. Salman Khan has replaced Atif Aslam with another Indian singer, while other celebs like Kangana Ranaut and Vicky Kaushal have condemned the attack.