These days, social media is filled with hatred. Instead of spreading peace and love, some social accounts prefer spreading hate, which is not at all a good thing.
Recently, Pakistan’s verified defence handle posted something negative about India, but thankfully, Twitter deleted that handle. Well, photoshop is very easy these days, and so, some handles tend to take advantage of the same. They don’t realize that photoshop can be used for spreading good messages too.
A picture of an Indian girl Kawalpreet Kaur talking about secular values of our country was morphed and the result spread out a very negative message against our nation.
Here’s the difference in the original and the photoshopped picture;
In reality, the message on the placard was against public lynchings in India, but it was morphed to display anti-India message.
The moment Kawalpreet Kaur saw this, she reported the handle. Here’s the tweet;
Please report this page to Twitter. Pakistan Defence is tweeting unsubstantiated and my morphed picture to spread hatred across nations. I hope they understand that citizens across subcontinent want peace not terror and lynchings. https://t.co/9816p7BN9l
— Kawalpreet Kaur (@kawalpreetdu) November 18, 2017
Even other users from Pakistan said they were fed up of the handle, as the content is always controversial. The Twitter account got many reports for misrepresenting facts and sending negative message against India.
After sometime, the Pakistan handle deleted the picture though. This was a wonderful step by Twitter to stop hatred.