Online campaign against Pak Army; authorities urged to take action


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ISLAMABAD: In a startling revelation, a comprehensive report has exposed a widespread online campaign targeting the Pakistan Army. The dossier highlights the involvement of 43 troll accounts in a deliberate effort to undermine the armed forces, with a recommendation for immediate action against them.

The report further identifies a concerning nexus between nine YouTubers and journalists who are allegedly engaged in spreading propaganda against the army. Authorities are urged to investigate and take appropriate measures to address this issue.

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Additionally, the document contains damning text implicating three leaders of a political party, suggesting a concerted effort to tarnish the image of the military. Calls for accountability have intensified as the report circulates among concerned citizens and officials.

The online onslaught doesn’t stop there, as the report sheds light on the involvement of both neo-nationalists and liberals in the harassment campaign against the army. The motive behind this diverse group’s actions remains a subject of investigation, prompting authorities to scrutinize their activities closely.

In a related development, nineteen supporters of a political party have been implicated in a targeted campaign against the army, as detailed in the report. The text reveals a coordinated effort to sway public opinion against the military institution, prompting widespread concerns about the potential consequences of such actions.

As the report gains traction, there is a growing consensus among the public and officials that swift and decisive action is necessary to counter these online campaigns and protect the reputation of the Pakistan Army. The authorities are now under increasing pressure to investigate the matter thoroughly and take appropriate measures against those found responsible for the orchestrated efforts to discredit the armed forces.

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