Pakistan spewing poison against India in Gulf countries, making fake accounts
Pakistan spewing poison against India in Gulf countries, making fake accounts

New Delhi: An atmosphere of hatred for India is being created in Gulf countries through Twitter and social media. India's security agencies have prepared dossiers of fake social media accounts operating from Pakistan. In the name of the Royal Family and well-known people of Gulf countries, ISI has prepared many fake accounts. Through this, many objectionable posts are being shared against India.

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ISI is also sharing old posts of those Indian people on fake Twitter account so as to discredit the people of India living in foreign countries. The location of fake accounts created on ISI's social media is visible in Gulf countries, while the reality is that they are all Pakistani Twitter accounts. Pakistan's agencies are spreading rumors in the Gulf that Muslims are not safe in India. This Pak conspiracy was revealed when a post against India was shared through a fake account in the name of Princess Mona bint Fahd of Oman. An attempt was made to trend it through the official Twitter account of the Pakistan Army.

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Indian agencies have identified thousands of such fake Twitter accounts which are being operated from Pakistan. But hiding his identity, his location is being told in the Gulf countries. Through this, posts are being shared against India, which can spoil relations between Gulf countries and India.

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