"Pakistan stands firmly with the people of Kashmir in support of their just cause”, “we reaffirm our resolve to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with our Kashmiri brethren and extend unrelenting support to their just cause”, and several hashtags referring to August 5 as “Kashmir Black Day” and calling for the “independence” of the Valley form the basis of a 13-page anti-India dossier prepared by Pakistan.
The toolkit prepared by Pak agencies, which has been accessed by India Today TV, has emerged just a day ahead of August 5, when Article 370 was abrogated three years back and the state of Jammu and Kashmir was bifurcated into two Union Territories - Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.
According to the dossier, Pakistan’s embassies in China, Belgium, Japan, Ukraine, Birmingham, Dubai, Australia, Italy, Denmark, and Germany are circulating drafted messages on social media about how “India must reverse its unilateral and illegal measures instituted since 5th August 2019; stop its oppression and human rights violations against the people of Kashmir; halt and reverse the demographic changes in the occupied territory”.
Pakistan agencies plan to bombard social media with these messages tomorrow, to mark three years of abrogation, sources have told India Today TV.
Intelligence agencies in the country have prepared a dossier to counter Pakistan’s efforts to circulate anti-India content on social media tomorrow.
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