GN Bureau | August 6, 2015
Differences between India and Pakistan exist even on social media. While one is calling other the ‘terrorist country’, another is presenting its solidarity in wiping out terrorism. While in India, #TerroristCountryPak was a top trending hashtag on Twitter on Thursday afternoon, #TerroristsDaysAreNumbered was the top trend in Pakistan.
A day after the Pakistani terrorist was caught after an attack on a security convoy in Jammu and Kashmir's Udhampur district, here is how India reacted:
#TerroristCountryPak - THE ONLY COUNTRY FAVOURS TERRORISM DIRECTLY IN SAARC IS PAKISTAN— Rajesh Mishra (@imrajesh18) August 6, 2015
— Bhusan (@bhusan_p) August 6, 2015
Coz they don't have anything else to do with screwed up economy #TerroristCountryPak
Here is what people in Pakistan tweeted:
— एक सैनिक #CBL (@Panik3rs) August 6, 2015
#TerroristCountryPak was crying over the death of the seed it bore by giving place to d terrorists .
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