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Manufactured Outrage Over Abuse For Shami? Trolling Came From Pak Social Media Users

Indian quick bowler Mohammed Shami. (AP Photo)

Without checking origins of the hate posts, sure part of Indian social media customers started a coordinated marketing campaign.

  • Last Updated:October 26, 2021, 20:34 IST

In a basic case of how social media is used to create a false narrative round India and alleged “religious intolerance” within the nation, an in depth take a look at most handles that spewed hate in direction of Indian cricketer Mohammed Shami reveals that they belonged to customers in Pakistan.

Shami was trolled and abused on social media after India misplaced to Pakistan by 10 wickets within the ongoing T20 World Cup. Without checking origins of those posts, sure part of Indian social media customers, who await an opportunity to showcase their manufactured anger, started a coordinated marketing campaign to focus on the hateful posts.

There have been social media posts criticizing captain Virat Kohli and opener Rohit Sharma, too, however surprisingly what was highlighted was solely the hate directed in direction of Shami. And, that too, with out checking the place the abuse was coming from.

A journalist even went to the extent of peddling the agenda in a world publication by writing a bit on the topic.

However, fortuitously, there was a sure part of social media customers in India which observed the propaganda and known as out the biased narrative that was being woven.

These customers additionally pointed to the actual fact that there have been firecrackers burst and celebrations held in sure elements of India for Pakistan’s win. A indisputable fact that was conveniently ignored by these attempting to push their pretend narratives.

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