Pakistan: Pakistan engaged in propaganda regarding the murder of Musewala

Unfounded claims were made regarding this murder. A total of 26 Twitter accounts were active in this campaign and all of them are said to be Pakistani. Most of this is related to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, the party of former Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Islamabad, ANI. Pakistan is not deterring its anti-India propaganda. He often keeps doing such acts against India. He has now launched a propaganda campaign on internet media to malign India’s image regarding the murder of Punjabi singer Sidhu Musewala. Unfounded claims were made regarding this murder. A total of 26 Twitter accounts were active in this campaign and all of them are said to be Pakistani. Most of this is related to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, the party of former Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Let us inform you that Moosewala was shot dead on 29 May in Mansa, Punjab. The news of Moosewala’s murder came on May 29 at around 6.15 pm. The first tweet on Twitter regarding this incident was from a Pakistani account. After this many fake Pakistani accounts started running hashtags like #RawKilledMoosewala.

An attempt has been made to tarnish the image of India’s intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RA) through such hashtags. False and misinformation were spread on these hashtags to hold RAW responsible for the murder.

Most of the accounts involved in this act were created only to defame India. They changed their usernames after promoting their agenda. In the internet media who were campaigning behind the scenes, everyone copied each other’s content to spread concoctions about the massacre.

Pakistani Twitter accounts are spreading tension in India

Some accounts came out specifically for this purpose and changed their usernames after pushing the agenda. Soon after the agenda was raised by well-known personalities of Pakistan, some Sikh organizations opened up. He also tried to draw parallels between 1984 and the murder of Musewala.

Let us tell you that there remains a special activity about his death from Twitter accounts based in Pakistan. According to the data, Pakistan-based accounts are cashing in on the death of singer Moosewala to trigger further tensions within India. Various accounts are using #siddhumusewala, #sidhumusewaladeath, and #RawKilledSidhuMusewala on Twitter. Of these, #siddhumusewala has achieved the highest reach with 389,000 mentions on Twitter and 9,629 posts on Facebook.

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