After the controversy over the words of the Prophet, Pakistan launched a disinformation campaign against India

After the controversy over the words of the Prophet, Pakistan launched a disinformation campaign against India

After a row over insults about Prophet Mohammad made by suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma during a TV discussion, Pakistan is once again using social media to slander India, since the majority of users who commented on the hashtag were from Pakistan.

After the controversy over the words of the Prophet, Pakistan launched a disinformation campaign against India

several media houses including Pakistani Ary news had run the wrong news that Oman’s grand Mufti announced a Boycott of Indian products. Although, he had criticised the remark on Prophet Mohammed and asked all Muslims to unite against it. But, the claim that he started the Boycott India trend is misleading.

The majority of the non-verified individuals who interacted with the hashtags were found among the more than 60,000 users analyzed. There were 60,020 non-verified accounts from various countries who participated on the hashtags including more than 7,100 Pakistani ones. With so much false and misleading information bombarding people’s heads, Pakistan’s digital media and users have posted a slew of deceiving photos.

Likewise, Pakistan’s former ambassador Abdul made a wrong claim that Expelled BJP leader Naveen Jindal is the brother of Industrial Jindal.

Several countries including Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Jordan, Bahrain, Maldives, Oman, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Qatar, and Iran have strongly condemned Sharma’s remark on Prophet Mohammed while Iran, as well as Qatar, have released statements that they are satisfied with the Indian government’s actions against the leader who made the controversial remark about the Prophet Mohammed, DFRAC stated.

Further, a fake screenshot in the name of English cricketer Moen Ali in which he is talking about boycotting IPL also went viral. Some of the most commonly used hashtags were #Stopinsulting_ProphetMuhammad, and #boycottindianproduct amongst many.

However, hate-mongers like Khaled Beydoun, Moinuddin Ibn Nasrullah, and Ali Sohrab got another opportunity to spread hate and communalism.

Khaled Beydoun started posting with the hashtag #BoycottIndianProduct and also dragged the issue of Kashmir in between.

The remark by Nupur Sharma on a TV debate was criticised all over the country as well as internationally. After the controversy caught fire, BJP suspended the membership of Nupur Sharma and expelled Naveen Jindal.

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