Malaysians launch campaign against India over Occupied Kashmir after propaganda launched by Indians on PM Mahatir speech

Malaysians launch campaign against India over Occupied Kashmir after propaganda launched by Indians on PM Mahatir speech

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 1 -- A remark by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad at the United Nations General Assembly last week on Jammu and Kashmir sent Twitter into overdrive today.

Several netizens, who seemed to be Indian nationals, expressed their disappointment through #BoycottMalaysia over the remark that Kashmir had been "invaded and occupied".

As the number of tweets reached 8,000, other netizens, presumably Malaysians, decided to break their silence on the matter and responded with #BoycottIndia. Explore Turkey, One of the Most Romantic Countries Worldwide Sponsored by Parlo Tours link

Shafwan Shukor, in his tweet, said: “Wow #BoycottMalaysia trending! Hahaha. Impact ucapan Tun M dekat UN...mintak India dan Pakistan duduk semeje je, nego pasal Kashmir and Jammu. (Impact of Tun M's address at the UN ... asking India and Pakistan to negotiate (an amicable solution) on Kashmir and Jammu).

The trend then saw a rise of #BoycottIndia, defending Malaysia and Dr Mahathir.

Danian Mikhail stated: “Malaysians stand united. #BoycottIndia.

Nunakash1 stated: “Thanks Malaysia for standing against oppression. #SupportMalaysia #BoycottIndia.