twitter notice to Pakistan president Arif Alvi
Brief Outline: Twitter sends notice to Pakistani President Arif Alvi for his inflammatory tweet over Kashmir. This is how seriously the world takes Pakistan.
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Twitter sends notice to Pakistani President Arif Alvi for his inflammatory tweet over Kashmir. This is how seriously the world takes Pakistan
Twitter sends notice to Pakistani President Arif Alvi for his inflammatory tweet over Kashmir. This is how seriously the world takes Pakistan! #ModiG7Magic #KashmirAtDecisionPoint #TwitterBacksPak pic.twitter.com/Mr1YG2I4yN— Geetika Swami (@SwamiGeetika) August 26, 2019
Facts Check Analysis: Social media giant Twitter has indeed sent a notice over a fake post by Pakistan president on Pakistan. Earlier a day twitter sent a notice to Pak president Arif Alvi on his tweet on the Kashmir.
Twitter has really gone too far in becoming mouthpiece of the Rogue Modi govt! They sent a notice to our President! In bad taste and simply ridiculous. pic.twitter.com/9jxhmVKaL9— Shireen Mazari (@ShireenMazari1) August 26, 2019
Shireen Mazari, from Minister for Human Rights in PM Imran Khan's cabinet tweeted her frustration on social media stating, “Twitter has really gone too far in becoming a mouthpiece of the Rogue Modi govt! They sent a notice to our President! In bad taste and simply ridiculous.” The people of Pakistan were surprised over the reaction by twitter.
Given our special privilege as rich & powerful of Pakistan, how dare twitter treat President of Pakistan as any other Twitter user!!— Jungjoo Gernail ☪ (@GernailSaheb) August 26, 2019
I pity the Pak leadership. Even Twitter does not listen to you. That is what the world feels. Everything will change once you stop exporting terror and concentrate on development, rather than on terrorism. The world has ignored you, you are alone. When will you learn and change— Maj Gen Harsha Kakar (@kakar_harsha) August 26, 2019
The tension between Pakistan and India has gone up after India revoked article 370 from Kashmir. After that, though India has not shown many reactions, Pakistan is crying all over the world to get some sympathy over Kashmir.
Addressing Pakistan's 73rd Independence Day, Alvi had instigated the citizens of his country to resort to "fully use social media to expose the heinous crimes committed by India against Kashmiris." He himself, leading the cause, on August 24, tweeted a video which purportedly showed unrest in Jammu and Kashmir, which turned out to be fake.
Thousands of Pakistani social media users on facebook and twitter have complained in the past few days that their accounts were suspended. These people tweeted many fake videos, news, wrong information over Kashmir, Many of the tweets over the Kashmir turned out to be fake.