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Pakistan’s nefarious designs exposed, elements from across the border make #GoBackModi trend on Twitter | India News

NEW DELHI: Pakistan, which has failed to counter India on all platforms across the world, has resorted to dubious means to defame the country and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. As PM Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping meet in Mamallapuram, near Chennai, for a historic second informal meeting, Pakistan-based elements are back to their nefarious designs of anti-India propaganda.
Twitter was flooded with #GoBack Modi tweets as PM Modi reached Chennai for the informal summit on Friday.
However, an analysis of these tweets reveal that Pakistan-based handles are behind these messages to spread anti-India propaganda.
A number of Pakistan-based Twitter accounts are vociferously promoting the trend in an apparent effort to defame India and PM Modi.
A case in example is the Twitter handle of Muzzammil Aslam, who likes to call himself “a passionate Pakistani”. He tweeted — “#GoBackModi is trending in Facebook. Let’s put our share and congratulate @ImranKhanPTI @OfficialDGISPR @peaceforchange for taking Modi to this level.”

There were several others like him from across the border who used the hashtag to spread anti-India propaganda. Some used the hashtag to promote their hate-filled agenda towards the Indian government.

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