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Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Pakistan sells rice by maligning Bharat

Pakistan has been fighting a losing battle over the credit for Basmati. A consignment of Pakistani rice was also rejected by the EU recently. Hence, what it could not sell in open market, it could sell through social media – thanks to the 5th Gen Warfare skills.

Disinfolab said in a report that taking advantage of this campaign, from September 30, the Pakistani accounts started another campaign to malign Bharat by boycotting Bharat’s Food products. The ‘boycott business’ come with an economic logic, it added.

Analyzing this campaign gave interesting details about the mechanics of Pakistan troll factories. While they have been pushing the anti-Bharat agenda, after few days realizing the opportunity to sell rice, launched this campaign, the report said.

These accounts are part of various troll groups of digital Pakistan. From the analysis of these accounts, we see that associate themselves with Pak military, ISI, ISPR etc. It has not yet been confirmed if the rice brands being promoted belong to Pak Fauj, or are independent of them, the report said.

These accounts while using the same template in their tweets also tag the same set of troll groups which they are part of so that other members of these groups can amplify these tweets.

Troll groups like @WeareTeamGP, @EmergingTeam, @WeTeamISP_, @WEareISPIANS, @WeAreVOIK are the key groups pushing the Pakistan rice on social media.

(The story has been published via a syndicated feed with minor edits to conform to HinduPost style-guide.)

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