Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan seems to be more obsessed with India than his own country, if people pay close attention to his tweets that continue to peddle false narratives and anti-Indian propaganda.
Khan’s strong desire to tweet fake videos and photos related to India only attracted masons from strategic experts from around the world.
An analysis of his personal social media accounts conducted by intelligence and security agencies found that 90 percent of his tweets were focused on India, inciting hatred with every message. The impulsive Pakistani Prime Minister appears to suffer from some kind of phobia, using a micro blog network to encourage false propaganda.
Since the repeal of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir last year, Khan’s tweet has been entirely directed at Kahsmir even when he was caught while spreading false news about Indian security forces.
“This twisted narrative about Kashmir turned into monotonous nonsense by a head of state, similar to whipping a dead horse,” said a senior officer posted with one of the central Indian intelligence agents.
The officer further pointed out that ironically, this happened when Khan had been “accused of being a freelance and credit worker in a crisis situation” with a coronavirus pandemic that claimed hundreds of lives in Pakistan.
This is not at all surprising, coming from someone who owes his political power to powerful military forces in Pakistan, who are famous for having a terrible and terrible grip on the domestic politics of neighboring countries.
Speaking of the current crisis in Pakistan, a senior officer with a security agency said that after being expelled from united India in 1947, Pakistani rulers could never make peace with their identities.
“The military, which rules Pakistan for most of its existence, directly or indirectly, has maintained deep anxiety over India’s relative success in nation-building, even when its own efforts to foster federation have been shaken by the indigenous political movements in Balochistan, Gilgit-Baltistan, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, “explained the officer.
Explaining the situation in Balochistan, the officer said that in the largest province of Balochistan, a decade of turbulent autonomy movements had turned into a massive uprising, bolstering brutal state repression, forced disappearance of activists and media locking.
In Waziristan, the Tahafuz Pashtun Movement (PTM), resistance arising by the Pashtun community demanding ‘respect’ and stopping military restrictions, has continually turned into a demand for strong autonomy in regions straddling the disputed Durand Line between Afghanistan and Pakistan. .
On May 1, 2020, Arif Wazir, an outspoken PTM leader, was killed by troops linked to the Pakistani military intelligence agency ISI, opposing the restrictions that Muslims around the world observed in the holy month of Ramzan.
However, such contradictions are nothing new in Pakistan’s uncontrolled Internal Affairs liaison with terrorism, narcotics, arms smuggling and interference in domestic and regional politics.
Given these factors, which basically help Pakistan’s military-intelligence maintain its primary position in Pakistani society, Twitter’s Twitter Khan appears to be a tactic in a larger propaganda campaign against India, partly aimed at masking the reality of Pakistan’s internal problems.
Pakistan’s Inner State has used many tactics inspired by the Palestinian-Israeli conflict to color the conspiracy of conspiracy in Kashmir as an Intifada movement, and to portray the Indian state as an oppressor, misrepresenting it in religious terms to attract sympathy from other Islamic countries.
Fake social media accounts
A senior officer with the Indian counter-terrorism unit said that the Directorate General of Public Relations Services, the founding propaganda arm, had recruited hundreds of starving apprentices from colleges and institutions to peddle outrageous lies against India, usually with religious overtones, using fake accounts social media.
“This army of social media warriors, guided by serving military intelligence officers, is given incentives to ‘retweet’ and ‘like’ anti-Indian posts on various platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram,” the officer said.
An annual apprenticeship program trains ‘patriotic’ social media fighters to create alarming and disturbing posts against India.
It’s no wonder that Khan’s nagging towards India on Twitter received thousands of ‘likes’ and ‘retweets’ within minutes of posting. This is a well oiled machine, supported at the highest level in Pakistan’s military hierarchy, and works with a clear agenda.
Poor handling of a pandemic
It is unclear whether Khan’s excessive statement would win his political longevity on the political stage unexpectedly from Pakistan’s domestic politics.
His late announcement of the formation of the ‘Corona Tiger Force’ consisting of cadres of his political party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), had failed to repair the recent damage in relation to military companies over the poor handling of Covid- 19 pandemic.
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Political circles in Pakistan are filled with comparisons between more efficient leadership from Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, who is a member of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), and Khan’s clumsy response, symbolized by the Supreme Court’s suo motto demanding removal. from the Prime Minister’s Special Assistant for Health, Zafar Mirza, for not acting.
Long before the Covid-19 pandemic struck, Pakistan was in the grip of a serious siege of credibility.
Charges of state terror
Pakistan’s protest against allegations of iron laundering money laundering, terror financing and abetting terrorist violence in India and Afghanistan is no longer taken with sympathy in the world capital, including in a review of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), which has placed Islamabad on the ‘Gray List’ ‘.
The growing internal instability has parried investor confidence in Pakistan, leaving it at the mercy of China’s geo-political intrigue in the form of an exploitative China-Pakistan economic corridor.
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The difficult CPEC project debt repayment conditions haunted Pakistan during the pandemic, forcing it to appeal to China to revise the conditions of the loan.
Caught between a rock and a hard place, Khan has been forced to approach international donors with beggar bowls, especially the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which has set stringent conditions to alleviate Pakistan’s debt woes, the official explained.
Overall, there are no number of tweets in Kashmir and messages of hatred towards India will likely change the real reality of Pakistan’s internal contradictions.
Unable to control the sub-nationalist movement in its own territory, Pakistan has cleverly managed disruptive tactics by supporting anti-Indian social media campaigns in which Prime Minister Minster Khan and President Arif Alvi are the main champions.
It helps that both owe their current position to the generosity and wisdom of the military intelligence agency.
The corona virus pandemic did not discourage Pakistan from continuing its unstable activities in Kashmir and Afghanistan, where terrorist groups nurtured and armed by it have shown new activity.
Successive military reversals on the Indian and Afghan borders have failed to convince power brokers in Rawalpindi that Pakistan’s long-term interest lies in surrendering terrorism as an instrument of state policy and making peace with its neighbors on reasonable terms, free from coercion.
Pakistan’s convoluted narratives, which tend to emphasize religious factors towards India, easily skipped mentioning the fact that the number of Muslims in India is greater than the number of Muslims in Pakistan.
“In giving a deep sense of revenge against India, Pakistan deliberately cut its nose to grumble,” the officer said.
The obsessive tweak of India and Kashmir is just a parody in a lewd play that unconsciously disarms Pakistan-made construction, one frame at a time.
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