18 Tweets to Mehr Tarar (@MehrTarar)

by January 19, 2014 0 comments
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The 46-year old female Pakistani journalist Mehr Tarar, who was accused of having a “love affair” with the Indian State Minister for Human Development, Shashi Tharoor, has received about 22K interactions (tweets + retweets) in last week on Twitter, and 12K of them in last two days. 

People from India and Pakistan are showing their sympathy for Mehr and some of them are sending hate tweets. Following are the tweets from the people of both countries. We also included tweets from Sunanda Tharoor(wife of Shashi Tharoor, who found dead recently) to Mehr Tarar. 

@MehrTarar the audacity of a woman desperaely in love with an Indian “please shashi dont make me go i pleaded and begged i love u Shashi “
— SunandaPTharoor (@sptvrock) January 16, 2014

@MehrTarar leave us Indians alone and stop talking to my huband and pleading with him its digrading respect youself as a women
— SunandaPTharoor (@sptvrock) January 16, 2014

Poor @MehrTarar. The Pakistan journalist seems to enamoured with men from across the border. Omar was OK but why a happily married Tharoor ?
— projectKASHMIR (@_projectkashmir) January 16, 2014

Before accusing @MehrTarar of breaking her marital relationship. Sunanda should introspect her love for her hubby. Why can’t she believe him
— Payami (@payami_) January 16, 2014

Dear @MehrTarar I wonder what’s more atrocious – the accusations or the spellings. The editor in you must be seething.
— पटाखा गुड्डी (@Catharsee) January 16, 2014

Indian minister Shashi Tharoor’s wife says her 57-year husband has had affair with Pakistani journalist @MehrTarar http://t.co/BAG6BD31dx
— Umar Cheema (@UmarCheema1) January 16, 2014

Why is law enforcing agencies sleeping about this Indian Agent @MehrTarar , some one should take a notice of http://t.co/jWclrvOeUV
— A Good Soldier (@soldier_pk) January 16, 2014

more power to @MehrTarar – We are happily married: Tharoors in joint statement – http://t.co/A2gqkiMVms
— akchishti (@akchishti) January 16, 2014

My conscious requests @mehrtarar to stay away from twitter for a while. Afterall a human being is lost.
— Payami (@payami_) January 17, 2014

Yandoo @MehrTarar has indirectly killed Yandoo Shashi Tharoor’s wife, found dead in Yandoo capital of India Delhi!.
— Abid (@ABKool) January 17, 2014

Now this something new & revealing. UK Telegraph reveals that @mehrtarar had sent love-messages to Shashi through DM http://t.co/5bfY8r7gh6
— Ahmad Noorani (@Ahmad_Noorani) January 17, 2014

All support for @MehrTarar Keep composure. Stay away from media for sometime & do not take any stress.
— واجِد رسُول (@wajidrasul) January 17, 2014

Better take your words back now Thx. @MehrTarar
— Dr Shahid Masood (@Shahidmasooddr) January 17, 2014

Stay safe @MehrTarar ,stay away from social media for a while,if possible deactivate your Twitter account,more likely to come
— Asad Munir (@asadmunir38) January 18, 2014

Dear @MehrTarar All your life you bashed, maligned & riddiculed Pakistan to achieve ‘Wah Wah’ from anti-Pak lobbies. Enjoy your Fame now!
— Anjum Kiani (@AnjumKiani) January 18, 2014

Pakistani guy and Indian girl is the tradition. @MehrTarar please don’t kill it. #PakistanZindabad
— Ali Bokhari. (@AliBokhari_) January 18, 2014

Why is @MehrTarar not tweeting since past couple of days? Just wondering. Where are you Madame?
— Aarti Madan (@AartiMadan) January 19, 2014

I am sadend 2c how ppl r treating.@MehrTarar.she has categorically denied any wrong doing.she shld b given support & not mde a scape goat!
— Dr Chand Zahid (@Chandrana7) January 19, 2014

About Author: 
Ahsan Saeed — Founder of Twittistaan. Works with Twitter as Urdu Localization Moderator. He contributes to the Urdu version of Global Voices and WhatsApp. Studied software engineering but loves to explore digital media. He tweets as @aey

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