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Malala Yousafzai responds to a fake twitter account while BBC raises the issue. A question is raised, is it part of Indian Chronicles?

Malala Yousafzai on Thursday replied to a fake twitter account of ex-spokesperson of Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan, Ehsan Ullah Ehsan. A tweet was shared from this fake account addressing Malala and threatening her. Malala replied to this fake account and raised the issue that I am being threatened, while knowing that this is a fake account having only 368 followers.

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Dr. Arsalan Khalid, a spokesman for digital media, wrote in response that Pakistan can never tolerate terrorism, and this is a fake account. He said “It’s a fake account and there is zero tolerance for extremism in Pakistan. Have forwarded this fake account to authorities and Twitter as such miscreants using fake accounts and spreading hate shouldn’t be allowed on any social media platform.” The account was soon suspended.

While on other hand, the BBC immediately started raising this fake propaganda, without any confirmation. It was as if Malala Yousafzai and the BBC had planned the plot because Ehsanullah Ehsan’s account had been immediately suspended and Pakistan had confirmed that the twitter account was fake.

This looked a planned story of India as part of their Indian Chronicles. India wanted a revenge after the Indian farmers protest was raised on social media by international influencers and the fascist policies of Modi were criticized worldwide. In response India through their agents and media wanted to destabilize Pakistan and started this fake propaganda.

It should be noted that Pakistan has never supported terrorists and the United Nations, including the US has praised Pakistan’s role and sacrifices for peace. It is important that Malala Yousafzai refrain from spreading such propaganda because peace is now prevailed in Pakistan with the efforts of Pakistan Army. India can never tolerate peace and progress in Pakistan.

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