The relationship between India and Pakistan was not great in the past few years, to begin with. But the abrogation of Section 370 in Kashmir by India has opened a can of worms. During a time like his, one must exercise utmost caution before posting anything on social media on the issue. But, well, for the internet trolls this is a time to throw caution to the wind. One such parody/troll/satirical account is gaining popularity on Twitter. We have earlier debunked when the said account tried to jokingly pass of Arya Starks's still from Game of Thrones as a victim of violence in Kashmir. But there is more where that came from.
The account with the handle @TheZaiduLeaks has been on a spree of posting controversial tweets. The latest one uses yet another Game of Thrones still to draw attention towards the problem. The picture of zombie kids from the show is used as victims of alleged concentration camps in India.
#KashmirIsOurWeAreKashmir This picture is enough to explain how Indian Army turning Kashmir to mass concentration camp where they're making poor kids stand in -30° without proper cloths.Also Read | Priyanka Gandhi Terms Manner of Abrogation of Article 370 'Unconstitutional', Says 'Rules Not Followed' in Scrapping J&K Special Status
My heart cry for #Kashmir 😭
Where is @UN ?
— Zaidu🇵🇰 (@TheZaiduLeaks) August 7, 2019
Be sure, that this pic is from the hit TV show, Game of Thrones. Here is a GIF from the show that proves the point:
Here is another post from the account. This one shares a still from Karan Arjun.
Just got a report from Kashmir that mother & his 2 sons were brutally attacked by Indian forces after they were returing from their ancestral home in Srinagar.
Both Sons died on the spot & mother is in local mosque crying & hoping his sons Ashfaq & Abdul will return to her. pic.twitter.com/qug29E1uaQ
— Zaidu🇵🇰 (@TheZaiduLeaks) August 12, 2019
So, you see, this is just another meme account trying to be funny. The bio of the handle reads, "All Tweets are for fun 100% fake imaginary". While some might relate to the humour, there are hundreds if not thousands, who might take these posts in a different light. Excercise discretion. Spreading of misinformation can be detrimental to the world out there at this point in time.