#IndiaWithPakistan: How two countries united on Twitter against Peshawar attack

Expressing India's solidarity with Pakistan at such a difficult time, here are some of the most moving posts on Twitter against the Peshawar terror attack.

FP Staff December 17, 2014 07:52:46 IST
#IndiaWithPakistan: How two countries united on Twitter against Peshawar attack

A day after two people were killed in a terror attack in a cafe in Sydney, Australia, a terror attack by Tehreek-e-Taliban in an army public school in Peshawar, Pakistan killed over 130 people, including over 100 children.

IndiaWithPakistan How two countries united on Twitter against Peshawar attack

#IndiaWithPakistan began trending on Twitter after the Peshawar terror attack. Courtesy: Twitter

The Peshawar terror attack, which began at about 11 am on Tuesday morning, sent shock waves across the world. World leaders condemned the attack. Reports said that a total of 15 blasts were heard inside the school campus.

However, people on Twitter again reacted in a poignant way when #IndiaWithPakistan began trending on Tuesday evening after the attacks, a day after #IllRideWithYou began trending on Twitter after the Sydney attack.

Expressing India's solidarity with Pakistan at such a difficult time, here are some of the most moving posts on Twitter:

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