New Delhi: As India observes 3rd year of revocation of the Article 370 in Jammu & Kashmir, Pakistan has once again devised wicked designs to paint India in the bad light before the global community.
Pakistan has reportedly developed a toolkit and also a propaganda machinery that is working overtime to sully India’s reputation at the world stage.
August 5, 2019 marks a historic date in the Independent India when the Modi government decisively settled the controversial issue of Article 370 by revoking it and fulfilled its promise of ‘One Nation, One Flag’.
With the onset of August 5, as the valley marks ‘another fresh beginning’ for 3rd consecutive year, Pakistan has planned to press into motion a concerted campaign to bring bad name to India for what it calls the ‘muzzling the voice & taking away rights of valley residents.’
Pak plot to create Twitter storm on Aug 5
According to a leading channel, Pakistani establishment is directly involved in building a fake narrative & negative opinion against India and has also mobilized its embassies in Western countries by posting & sharing fake news about Kashmir.
A couple of Pakistani agencies are also involved in spreading canards about India and pushing hateful messages on social media, alleging that India suppressed the voice of citizens by revoking Article 370.
Pakistani embassies in Western countries are also said to be part of this plot. Its embassies in Europe have been engaged in building fake propaganda on Kashmir via social media.
To name a few, Pakistan embassies in countries like China, Belgium, Japan, Ukraine, Birmingham, Dubai, Austria, Italy, Denmark, Germany & America are regularly posting fake information about Article 370 revocation and Kashmir.
However, the Indian cyber security & intelligence sleuths have cracked the Pakistani propaganda machinery and dug out many such defamatory & slanderous tweets, exposing the involvement of official agencies.
A dossier is also being made about Pakistan’s dirty tricks & propaganda machinery against India. As & when need arises, Pakistani establishment will be confronted with this cluster of evidence, say sources.