Where are these Pakistan lovers now enjoying after the death of 18 soldiers

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    In the wake of Shiv Sena’s anti-Pakistan campaign, a social media user riled by the intolerance of the party, which is a traditional regional ally of Modi’s ruling BJP, has started a campaign called #ProfileForPeace.

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    Ram Subramanian took to Facebook on Thursday to post a picture of himself with a note expressing his true feelings about Pakistan. “I am an Indian, I am from Mumbai, I don’t hate Pakistan, I am not alone, there are many people like me!” the note read.

    The social media user urged others to unite under the hashtag, #ProfileForPeace, and do the same. “Do join in if you believe in peace being the way forward. Write this message on a post it note, take a selfie and make it your profile picture #ProfileForPeace,” Subramanian wrote.

    “No more artists being banned. This is my voice. This is our voice for our Mumbai, our India. Enough of hate politics,” he added.

    “It had been brewing in my head ever since I heard of a series of bans and attacks. Most of us common blokes don’t feel such hate nor want these fights. And when you close the doors to art you open up a door for dark and unwanted things to come in,” he told Times Of India.

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    The campaign instantly won social media, going viral on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Several people from both sides of the border changed their profile pictures to one with a little love note which says where they are from, that they don’t hate each other, and are only being divided by hate politics.

    All they were saying is give peace a chance:

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