Spooked Pakistan Exposed; 'GoBackModi' A Cross-border Conspiracy

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While PM Modi is currently meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday, spooked by their bonhomie, pro-Pakistani elements started #GoBackModi trend

Written By Suchitra Karthikeyan | Mumbai | Updated On:
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While PM Modi is currently holding his second informal meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday, spooked by their bonhomie, pro-Pakistani elements took to Twitter to start a trend #GoBackModi. The Twitter hashtag was traced back majorly to pro-Pakistani handles. The hashtag was uniformly tweeted by many Pakistan-backed elements at 11:00 AM on Friday, to raise its numbers, as revealed by a user. All tweets were used against Prime Minister Modi as Pakistan continues to fearmonger over Kashmir, inspite of facing global rebuff on the issue.

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Here are some of the tweets from various Pakistanis:

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The #GoBackModi trend

Apart from trending on Twitter, a few have also introduced group chats on Whatsapp to spread the Hashtag. Apart from #GoBackModi, #GoBackSadistModi too has been used to continue the trend after #GoBackModi stopped being a top trend. It has also been discovered that around 100 handles were found created since October 3. On further analysis, it was found that the majority of the accounts were traced back to Pakistan.

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PM Modi- President Xi meet

This trend comes at the time when PM Modi welcomed President Jinping at Mahabalipuram in Chennai on Friday. Chinese president Xi Jinping on Friday landed in Chennai around 2 PM and was immediately extended a warm welcome by PM Modi who tweeted, 'Welcome to India, President Xi Jinping!' in Chinese. PM Modi reached Chennai on Friday around 12.30, after which he flew to Mahabalipuram helipad. After meeting at Mahabalipuram, both leaders undertook a guided tour through three famous Mahabalipuram temples. This was followed by a cultural program at Shore Temple at 6 in the evening, which will be ended with a private dinner.

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China says 'Kashmir is bilateral' as Imran Khan lands in China

Meanwhile, on Tuesday, China once again flipped its stance on Kashmir, calling it being a bilateral issue between India and Pakistan. This statement was made in a press briefing as Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan landed in China. When asked about the connection between the Pak-China meeting and Indo-China meet, China maintained its diplomacy. It stated that the bilateral issue must be resolved as per the common interests of both nations. 
 

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