#StopSuspendingPakistanis hashtag on twitter is trending in Pakistan right now.
The twitter is displaying its hypocritical side by suspending the accounts of Pakistanis for replying Indians after the Kashmir crisis triggered.
The digital community that always chants about the freedom of speech and claims support for free speech now appears comical as twitter is suppressing the voice of Pakistanis when they raised their voice for the oppressed Kashmiris.
Twitter started suspending Pakistani’s accounts on the recommendation of the Indian Government and the recommendation processed easily due to a large number of Indians working in the regional headquarter of the twitter.
Indian officials have also admitted that they have been putting pressure on the twitter management to block the accounts of Pakistani journalists.
An example of unity and strength of Pakistan on social media was obvious on the Independence day of India (15th of August) when #15AugustBlackDay hashtag was started trending on twitter by 1 million-plus, the unity, that India could not digest further.
Director-General Inter-Services Public Relations (DG-ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor recently twitter about the on-going hypocrisy. “Pakistan authorities have taken up case with Twitter & Facebook against suspending Pakistani accounts for posting in support of Kashmir. Indian staff at their regional Headquarters is the reason. Please post in reply suspended accounts that you know,” he tweeted.
Pakistan authorities have taken up case with Twitter & Facebook against suspending Pakistani accounts for posting in support of Kashmir. Indian staff at their regional Headquarters is the reason. Please post in reply suspended accounts that you know.
— Asif Ghafoor (@peaceforchange) August 17, 2019
Twitter has now become a biased platform as its high-end officials are now serving for India. But they can’t suppress the voice of every Pakistani, raised for Kashmir by suspending each and every account of Pakistanis. The more they suppress, the more rampage they will face from the brave and unbreakable nation. How would they answer to the global community and their users after the recent rise in trending of the #StopSuspendingPakistanis hashtag on their forum?