Twitter suspends personal account of FO spokesperson on India’s complains

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Twitter has reportedly suspended the personal account of Dr. Faisal, Pakistan’s Foreign Office’s Spokesperson on the request of India.

The sources state that his account has been suspended for raising the atrocities of Indian Armed forces in Jammu and Kashmir against innocent Kashmiris. Twitter had taken action against him after they received complaints from Indian authorities.

The case on Indian Naval Spy Kulbushan Jadhav started off in The Hague in ICJ on February 18th just a few days after the terror attack. This has further added fuel to the already burning relations between India and Pakistan.

Dr. Faisal was actively using Twitter to inform about the proceedings over the Kulbushn Jadhav case that is currently going on in International Court of Justice. His Twitter account has been suspended at the time when he is present in The Hague for the case. Foreign Office Spokesperson was said to be giving “minute-by-minute updates on the Kulbhushan Jadhav case” adding that a similar attack was made on his account two weeks ago.

The tensions between India and Pakistan have escalated following the Pulwama terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir. India blames the attack has been carried out by the militant outfits having a strong base in Pakistan and hence also accuses Pakistan of its involvement in the attack on Indian troops.

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Pakistan has categorically rejected the allegations’ Prime Minister Imran Khan clarified the stance of Pakistan yesterday after Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman returned back to Saudi Arabia from his two-day tour in Pakistan.

The case on Indian Naval Spy Kulbushan Jadhav started off in The Hague in ICJ on February 18th just a few days after the terror attack. This has further added fuel to the already burning relations between India and Pakistan.

Neither the Foreign Office of Pakistan nor Dr. Faisal himself has responded over if any actions have been taken to activate his Twitter account.

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Also, Indian hackers reportedly hacked the website of Pakistan Foreign Office and said to have removed the profile of PM Khan from the website. The FO reacting timely made the cyber attack unsuccessful.

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