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Former Pakistani minister Rehman Malik’s PR and media account suspended, his Twitter meltdown continues

Rehman Malik shares on Twitter his daydreams where he fantasizes about 'Taking Modi to UN', 'Taking Modi to ICJ' 'Modi's trial as a war criminal' and himself being the person who has 'shaken 1.4 billion Indians'.

Ever since India abolished Article 370 from its constitution, Pakistani politicians including Pakistan PM Imran Khan are having a hard time digesting the fact that India has decidedly altered the status quo in Jammu and Kashmir. As a result, most of them are suffering from an extended mental collapse that is evident on their social media pages.

One such Pakistani leader who is exhibiting acute cognitive failure through his ramblings on Twitter is former Interior minister of Pakistan ‘Senator Rehman Malik’. In the aftermath of the abrogation of Article 370, Malik has been quite active on the social media website whipping up frenzy against India.

A delirious Malik has been sharing fake videos and news through his own Twitter handle and his PR Twitter accounts about the imaginary deterioration of law and order in Jammu and Kashmir to draw International attention.

He shares on Twitter his daydreams where he fantasizes about ‘Taking Modi to UN’, ‘Taking Modi to ICJ’ ‘Modi’s trial as a war criminal’ and himself being the person who has ‘shaken 1.4 billion Indians’.

Former Pakistani minister’s Twitter meltdown

Former Pakistani minister’s Twitter meltdown

The overdose of fake news peddling and constant violent rants have resulted in Twitter suspending his PR and media accounts. Of late, Twitter has been cracking a whip on the accounts that are accused of disseminating fake news and content to incite violence and riots.

Rehman Malik’s PR and media Twitter account has been projecting a false image about the situation in Jammu and Kashmir by sharing old videos, raising false alarms and trying to foment public unrest in the Indian state. Rehman Malik’s own Twitter timeline is also replete with exaggerated claims and hyperbolic misgivings.

After his office account got suspended, Malik continued ranting on Twitter through his own account, pinning the blame of the suspension on PM Modi.

Earlier today, in a bizarre ranting spree, Senator Rehman Malik claimed that P Chidambaram was arrested by CBI for opposing the abrogation of Article 370. In what appeared as megalomaniac disorder, the senator from Pakistan claimed that he shall be arguing the case against PM Narendra Modi himself and apparently, “Modi knows that he cannot face him”.

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