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Indian propagandist mistakes Ahad Raza Mir as real Pak Army soldier

Indian Twitter user posted the image of Mir dressed up in an army uniform from the hit serial, Ehd-e-Wafa, on its Twitter account and claimed that Indian Army has killed him.

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Pakistani social media users on Friday mocked an Indian Twitter user who assumed Pakistani actor Ahad Raza Mir for a real Pakistan Army soldier.

Indian Twitter user posted the image of Mir dressed up in an army uniform from the hit serial, Ehd-e-Wafa, on its Twitter account. The Indian propagandist claimed that the Indian Army has killed Captain Sabir Khan in the ongoing firing at LOC.

“Captain Sabir Khan of Pakistan Army killed by Indian Army in #NeelumValley,” wrote the Indian Twitter user.

The tweet soon caught the attention of Pakistani social media users who posted hilarious comments and slammed the fake news machinery active in India. A Pakistani user posted the video clip depicting the cross-border firing between Indian and Pakistan at LOC Kashmir, from the serial. “Exclusive footage of Captain Sabir Khan in action at LOC. We shall remain indebted for your services! RIP” wrote the Twitter user.

Read more: At least 13 killed as India-Pakistan tensions flare in Kashmir

Another Twitter user shared the image of Mir and another character, Gulzar, from the serial on Twitter and wrote: “Captain Saad Pic during pma, on left side captain Gulzar, he belongs to basti Malok tehsil tunsa sharif, Dera Ghazi khan.” The Indian Twitter, so far, has not responded to the online trolling from Pakistani Twitter users.

Meanwhile, videos and images from the ongoing bout of ceasefire violations at LOC Kashmir is heavily circulating on Twitter since yesterday. On Friday, the Indian military targeted the civilian population and Pakistan Army troops, in an unprovoked shelling, in the northern Neelum Valley in Azad Jammu Kashmir.

Read more: WATCH: Heavy Indian shelling burn villages in Neelum Valley, AJK

Both the countries, India and Pakistan have been making claims of inflicting significant damage to another side. The Pakistani and Indian social media have gone berserk in a major escalation on LOC Kashmir. The videos and images of the damage caused by heavy Indian shelling at the civilian population in Neelum Valley have been making rounds on social media

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