A video clip of an anti-India virtual event has gone viral on social media, where a bunch of irrelevant Pakistani diplomats, ‘political activists’ and full-time lobbyists employed by Pakistan and Turkey’s deep state are seen furthering Islamabad and Rawalpindi’s narrative on sovereign Indian territories of Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan. The event, being conducted on Zoom by Islamists and Pakistan-sympathisers, was turned into a circus as the participants were left befuddled owing to Indian nationalists hacking their meeting and playing high voltage devotional and patriotic songs.
Ever since India abrogated Article 370 and bifurcated the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir into two Union Territories, Pakistan has been seen behaving like a headless chicken. In line with the same desperation to rake the Kashmir bogey once again, irrelevant Pakistanis and activists, during their online meeting on Zoom, discussed the so-called ’72 Years of Indian Occupation of Kashmir’. However, Indian nationalists made a hilarious mockery of such devious plans, by playing songs of Lor Hanuman and Shri Ram after hacking the virtual conference.
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— Shubhangi Tiwari (@shubh19822) October 28, 2020
At first, around 16 minutes into the meeting, pro-India Hindu participants of the event put out a religious song dedicated to Lord Hanuman. Then, the hackers again raided into the event at around the 47th minute to play the famous song – “Ek hi naara, Ek hi naam, Jai Shree Ram Jai Shree Ram”. Over the next two minutes, a series of devotional and nationalistic songs were played by the Indian hackers, leaving the Pakistani participants and their Islamist sympathisers flabbergasted.
Indian Hackers seized Paki OFFICIAL Propaganda Webinar on Jammu Kashmir and played
"Ek hi nara ek hi naam, Jai Shri Ram…Shri Ram Janki base hain" #Watch
'Dummy' President of POJK Sardar Masood Khan, Mashal Mallik, Journalist Kamran Khan, CJ Walerman were among participants. pic.twitter.com/mCPgRfZbWl
— Jammu-Kashmir Now (@JammuKashmirNow) October 28, 2020
C J Werleman, a known India hater and closet-Islamist was also a part of the meeting where the terror sympathisers would have ideally wanted no disturbances in the flow of their propaganda. At one point, one of the speakers, witnessing the grand spectacle being made out of their futile attempts to deride India, can be heard saying, “We expected this to happen.” Similarly, a female participant in a Hijab, ironically standing in solidarity for Kashmir’s ‘freedom’, can be heard in a tone of frustration demanding that the ‘cameras be muted’, if that makes any sense.
The online event by Pakistani proxies came in the backdrop of India marking the 72nd year of Kashmir’s amalgamation with the Indian Union. Pakistan, in eerie resemblance to a clown, has made Kashmir the fundamental focal point of its foreign policy, and in a bid to rake its own propaganda-laced bogey on the Indian territory, organises such flimsy seminars and conferences from time to time. However, with the latest digital offensive launched against it by Indian hackers, many will shake in their boots at the very thought of executing such a stunt in future.