How fake accounts, accounts of journalists, and several politicians were used to target Nupur Sharma by rallying the Arab world against India
In a major development, a new toolkit has surfaced which reveals that Pakistan ran an “anti-India” social media campaign against BJP’s Nupur Sharma. The anti-India toolkit that was brained in Pakistan has revealed how fake accounts and the accounts of journalists and several politicians were used to target the suspended BJP leader by rallying the Arab world against India, reports Times Now’s Kritsween Walia.
The comments were made nearly 10 days ago which sparked a Twitter trend calling for a boycott of Indian products in some countries.
Nupur Sharma and Naveen Kumar Jindal were suspended from the BJP as the party’s spokesperson and Delhi unit media head respectively.
The row over their “alleged” derogatory remarks against Prophet Mohammad escalated with sharp reactions from Islamic countries like Kuwait, Qatar, and Iran.
Nupur Sharma also tendered an unconditional withdrawal of her statement and said that her comments were a reaction to “continuous insult and disrespect towards Mahadev”.
This is certainly not the first time Pakistan is playing its dirty tricks to malign India’s global image. Earlier, it had posted thousands of tweets defaming Prime Minister Narendra Modi and India.
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