Video of Pakistani man leaving house to 'kill Hindus' goes viral; Indians, Pakistanis join hands in trolling him on Twitter

The video of the man, who is reportedly from Sialkot, was originally posted on Twitter. After the video was shared, netizens from both India and Pakistan were quick to laugh at the video and make light of it.

FP Staff March 02, 2019 11:48:10 IST
Video of Pakistani man leaving house to 'kill Hindus' goes viral; Indians, Pakistanis join hands in trolling him on Twitter
  • A video of a Pakistani man storming out of his home to go to the India-Pakistan border and kill Hindus went viral on Twitter on Friday

  • The video of the man, who is reportedly from Sialkot, was originally posted by one @AzamJamil53

  • After the video was shared, netizens from both India and Pakitsan were quick to laugh at the video and make light of it

A video of a Pakistani man storming out of his home with the stated intention to go to the India-Pakistan border and "kill Hindus" went viral on Twitter on Friday. The video of the man, who is reportedly from Sialkot, was originally posted by one @AzamJamil53.

Soon after the video was shared, netizens from both India and Pakistan were quick to point out the comical nature of the video and make light of it. The man can be seen raging through his porch and backyard, reaching a garage as if to ride on a car to the border. He is also seen carrying a rifle and a handgun, though it is not clear whether these are loaded or real.

The development comes in the wake of tensions between the two nations beginning to de-escalate after Pakistan announced that it would let Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, an IAF pilot it captured earlier this week, return. Abhinandan crossed the Wagah-Attari border on Friday.

The video elicited a spate of sarcastic responses from Twitter users, including actor Gul Panag. Some jokingly warned that the man would not be released in a gesture similar to that of Pakistan's, should he be caught.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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