Doing it the Indian way: IAF trolls Pakistan through poetry
IAF had tweeted a Hindi poem by a poet named Bipin Allahabadi titled Hadd Sarhad Ki limits of the border
Highlights: IAF had tweeted a Hindi poem by a poet named Bipin Allahabadi titled 'Hadd Sarhad Ki' (limits of the border)
On Friday the Indian Air Force had trolled Pakistan with a poem which referred to the Mirage 2000 fighter jets crossing over into Pakistan. IAF took the troll to the social networking platform of Twitter handle @iaf_mcc and tweeted a Hindi poem by a poet named Bipin Allahabadi titled 'Hadd Sarhad Ki' (limits of the border) which suggests the reasons for the Air Force to have crossed the border and attack the Jaish terrorist camp in mainland Pakistan.
At the beginning of the poem, it's speaks about a fighter named 'Mrig Marichika' (Mirage) had to cross over the boundaries as someone had crossed all the limits. The poet hints towards the cross-border strike by the Air Force on the night of February 26.
The poem says that we have crossed the boundaries this time and touched the adversary in a subtle way as a warning to change his ways. It also says that the adversary has been served a small dose of the truth and he is not capable of lying now.
Prime Minister Imran Khan started tweeting in Hindi on the current conflict that's going on between India and Pakistan.
हद सरहद की— Indian Air Force (@IAF_MCC) March 8, 2019
आज किसी ने सरहदें पार की,
क्योंकि किसी ने सारी हदें पार की।
उस लड़ाकू में, जिसका अर्थ मृगमरीचिका है,
एक हक़ीक़त, गयी रात हमने बयाँ की।
आज किसी ने सरहदें पार की...
. .. विपिन 'इलाहाबादी', २७ फरवरी २०१९ pic.twitter.com/9nymkFLzhk
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