Notable Indian Journalists and Leaders who praised Imran Khan


After Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan declared to release the captured Indian Air Force Pilot, Abhinandan Varthaman, Indian journalists, columnists, and other notable figures appreciated the gesture through their tweets.

Sudheendra Kulkarni who is a socio-political activist and columnist, and the author of ‘MUSIC OF THE SPINNING WHEEL: Mahatma Gandhi’s Manifesto for the Internet Age’ tweeted.

Famous Indian journalist Rajdeep Sardesai tweeted.

NDTV’s journalist Barkha Dutt who has about 6.86 Million followers on Twitter tweeted.

Journalist Sagarika Ghose who authored, “Indira, India’s Most Powerful PM” and “Why I Am A Liberal” tweeted.

Krishan Partap Singh, author of the “Raisina Series, a trilogy of political novels: Young Turks, Delhi Durbar, The War Ministry” tweeted.

Awardee of Ramnath Goenka Award 2010, Smita Sharma who is Deputy Editor of The Tribune tweeted.

Indian Defence Analyst and former Army Colonel Ajai Shukla tweeted that Pakistan won the perception war.

Kashmir’s former Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti tweeted and praised Imran Khan for exhibiting “real statesmanship”.

Pakistan’s peace gesture seems to have won millions of hearts of Indian populace, which has opened a hope of peace between India and Pakistan.

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