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Modi govt accused of fueling anti-muslim propaganda

An American newspaper, The Washington Post revealed shameful propaganda of the Modi government against Muslims in India.

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New Delhi: Shocking revelations about the Indian government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi have emerged, exposing a concerning web of anti-Muslim propaganda and disinformation tactics orchestrated through social media platforms.

These revelations have been brought to light by the American newspaper, The Washington Post, raising serious concerns about the state of democracy in India as the nation approaches its upcoming general elections.

According to The Washington Post's investigation, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is allegedly harnessing support from extremist Hindu groups by actively promoting anti-Muslim narratives across various social media channels.

The report suggests that the BJP has orchestrated a vast network of approximately 150,000 social media workers to disseminate its messaging.

The investigative report further underscores that the Modi government has played a pivotal role in propagating fake news targeting the Muslim community.

This alarming trend has witnessed a significant surge in hate speech and the circulation of misleading information within India.

In a damning revelation, BJP leaders have been caught conveying messages to potential voters, suggesting that by voting for the party, the safety and well-being of their children and the Hindu community are assured.

Moreover, it has been disclosed that the BJP collaborates with individuals operating under the guise of 'third party' or 'troll' pages, amplifying their reach and impact on social media.

The shocking revelations detailed in The Washington Post's report have sparked international condemnation, including strong criticism from the United Nations.

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Nation celebrates Eid Milad-ul-Nabi (SAWW) today

The day began with a 21-gun salute, 31 in the federal capital and 21 in the provincial capitals.

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Islamabad: Eid Milad-ul-Nabi, the celebration of the birth of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), is resonating with profound religious fervor and respect throughout Pakistan today.

The nation awakens to a vibrant atmosphere, with towns, cities, and villages adorned with illuminations, and the air resonating with blessings and greetings.

Homes, streets, neighborhoods, mosques, highways, and edifices are aglow with an array of colors and lights, evoking the joyous spirit of the occasion.

In cities across the country, grand processions are planned to commemorate Eid Milad-ul-Nabi (PBUH).

These processions are symbolic of the unity and love Muslims hold for their beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

The day commenced with the booming sound of a 31-gun salute in the federal capital, Islamabad, while provincial capitals witnessed a 21-gun salute.

These salutes were accompanied by fervent slogans raised by armed personnel of the Pakistan Army, invoking prayers for the peace, security, and stability of the nation.

On this auspicious occasion, President Dr. Arif Alvi conveyed his heartfelt congratulations to the Muslim Ummah.

He emphasized that the life and teachings of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) continue to serve as an eternal source of guidance for humanity.

In a similar vein, Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar extended his felicitations to the Pakistani nation and the Muslim Ummah on the joyous birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad (SAW).

Kakar expressed admiration for the Prophet's universal and comprehensive personality, asserting that it serves as a model for all of humanity.

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Caretaker PM embarks on Umrah journey

Senior Saudi officials welcomed the Caretaker Prime Minister in Makkah.

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Jeddah: Pakistan's Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar Haq Kakar has embarked on a journey to Makkah to perform Umrah.

Caretaker Prime Minister Kakar arrived at the Royal Terminal in Jeddah, where he received a warm and official welcome from senior Saudi officials.

Among those extending their greetings was Ahmed bin Zafar, Chief of Royal Protocol of the Makkah Region.

The Consul General of Pakistan in Jeddah, Khalid Majid, along with other high-ranking officers from the Consulate General of Pakistan, was also present at the airport to welcome and accompany the prime minister on this religious journey.

It's noteworthy that Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar Haq Kakar had previously visited Medina on a private visit, where he received a warm reception from Madinah Governor Faisal Bin Salman at the Shahi Terminal of Madinah Airport.

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