'How’s The Jaish? F****d Sir!’: Twitter Gives it Back to Pak Sympathisers After IAF Strikes JeM Camps Across LoC
Twitter gives it back to Pak sympathisers. (Photo Credits: File Image)

Spirits are high ever since the news of the Indian Air Force’s surgical attack on Jaish-e-Mohammed terror camps came out in the morning. The strike was carried out in retaliation to the Pulwama terror attack that happened barely a fortnight ago on February 14. In the wake of the attacks, many Twitter handles sympathising with the terror outfit and Pakistan had put up the hashtag #howsthejaish to taunt the tragedy. The hashtag was a sarcastic spin on the “How’s the josh?” line popularised by Uri: The Surgical Strike. After IAF’s attack on the Jaish terror camps in the morning, the hashtag #howsthejaish is trending again, but from the opposite camp! Indians are taking to Twitter to give it back to Pak sympathisers with the same hashtag.  AMU Student Posts Objectionable Tweet Praising Jaish-e-Mohammad After Pulwama Terror Attack, Suspended by University.

Well Done IAF!


How's the Jaish Now?

The Irony


300 Jaish Guys Sent Packing!

How's the Josh?

Pretty Much




That's Right!

What a Strike!

According to the ANI, at around 3:30 am, a group of Mirage 2000 Indian Fighter jets struck a major terror camp on the LoC. Pakistani media reports also suggest that around 200 have been killed following the attack. Sources also suggest that the Pakistani F16s scrambled to retaliated but fled looking at the size of the Indian formation. But as far as Twitter is concerned, a different type of warfare is in the offing.

The hashtag war has already begun on Twitter. Almost all the hashtags are centred on the surgical strike and words like josh and jaish.

Here are all the top trends in India:

Top hastags on Twitter (Photo Credits: Twitter)

The Pulwama terror attack was one of the most audacious terrorist attacks on Indian soil. Over 40 CRPF jawans lost their lives in the suicide bombing, when a JeM militant drove an explosive-strapped vehicle into the CRPF convoy. Every since then, India and Pakistan have been locked in a bitter battle of words, which culminated in the IAF strike.