petition against Priyanka Chopra

A petition against Priyanka Chopra to be removed from UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador

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As soon as the petition for Imran Khan to be rewarded a Nobel Peace Prize has made rounds on the internet, another petition for Priyanka Chopra to be removed from UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador is also getting viral. People from all over the world are signing the petition to remove the Bollywood starlet as she promotes war over peace.

Her contentious stance over rooting war was slammed by the world. Instead of being a significant and positive voice for peace, she seems encouraging war mongering through her posts.

People from all the two countries are now posting #SayNoToWar hashtags on their social media to promote peace.

Keeping in mind the growing tensions between Pakistan and India in the past few days, many celebrities were posting stuff against Pakistani forces and media. While there was also a number of people who were antiwar.

Priyanka Chopra, who is currently working for UNICEF as Goodwill Ambassador, was slammed and criticized badly by the Indian Civilians. People across the border are also condemning her for creating war propaganda.

On the account of her recent support to Indian Forces for entering illegally into the Pakistani territory, a petition is making rounds of the internet against her. The petition is being started by Ayesha K. who stated, “War between two nuclear powers can only lead to destruction & death. As goodwill ambassador of UNICEF, Priyanka Chopra was supposed to stay neutral & peaceful but her tweet in favor of Indian armed forces after they invaded Pakistan airspace shows otherwise. She doesn’t deserve this title anymore. ”

Rabia M. another critic of Priyanka’s recent tweet has also come forward by declaring, “Priyanka Chopra doesn’t deserve to be a Goodwill Ambassador for the UN.”

The petition further said, “She must realize the significance of the position she holds and United Nations must take back her ambassadorship since she is neither an ambassador of goodwill nor for peace.”

The petition is being signed and shared by many people on the internet.

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