The Pathankot incident changed a lot of lives. Some were those of the families closely associated with, and some of them were people like you and I who are frustrated with how Pakistan has constantly betraying us and we’ve been doing nothing but having “talks” with them. Twitter participated in the campaign by tweeting their pictures with a placard and one message. Hope the message reaches out to the leaders loud and clear.
.@SubhRashmi asking people to join the peace talk. Thank you @TweetOfRam #ProfileForPeace #KillTerroristsNotTalks pic.twitter.com/wU091Y3i2R — #ProfileForPeace (@ProfileForPeace) January 7, 2016
— #ProfileForPeace (@ProfileForPeace) January 7, 2016
— Amit Panchal (@AmitHPanchal) January 7, 2016
Plz RT if you feel so and ask others to join in. #KillTerroristsNotTalks #ProfileForPeace pic.twitter.com/DlhnHFSPri — #ProfileForPeace (@ProfileForPeace) January 8, 2016
— #ProfileForPeace (@ProfileForPeace) January 8, 2016
Participate in this campaign by logging on to twitter and tagging @ProfileForPeace along with your pictures.