On the anniversary of Hizbul Mujhaideen terrorist Burhan Wani’s death, Indian Twitter users were incensed with British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) for referring to Wani as a ‘rebel leader’. Angry Indian users asked BBC if they considered Osama Bin Laden ‘a rebel’ and why they referred to attackers of the London tube as ‘terrorists’.
Here’s how Indians reacted to the BBC’s headline:
Clashes in Kashmir on anniversary of rebel leader's death https://t.co/YG3HumFoMs
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) July 8, 2017
Here is how Indian gave them lesson of life :
Burhan Broadcasting Corporation https://t.co/lNLOCc6FCV
— Keh Ke Peheno (@coolfunnytshirt) July 8, 2017
That's why Brits are HYPOCRITES of the first order. Small incident is TERROR ATTACK on London. Kashmiri terrorist Wani is REBEL LEADER. https://t.co/kBfscs47x0
— Dushyant K. Mahant (@DKMahant) July 8, 2017
— Raizo (@_toxfire) July 8, 2017
BBC guys have lost their minds! Don't worry your own so-called rebel leaders are getting ready in the backyard! Beware! https://t.co/sPHA0jic5h
— Rahul Koul (@Rahipoet) July 8, 2017
And when are we mourning rebel leader Osama Bin Laden ? https://t.co/bwb7877h6Y
— Anita Hada Sangwan (@anitahada) July 8, 2017
Would they call the london bombers rebel leaders ? https://t.co/Zm5rMT2pxr
— Sanket Upadhyay (@SANKETUPA) July 8, 2017
Yes, like those rebels who bombed the London Tube. https://t.co/Ju8OUfHAUQ
— Shiv Aroor (@ShivAroor) July 8, 2017
Don't worry BBC, Indian army will finish all terrorism in Kashmir. You should think and write about rebels roaming freely around U.K.
— Tushar P (@TPSTAR24) July 8, 2017
Just like the manchester bomber and london mowers were rebels? Typical British double standards.
— abhigya (@abhigya) July 8, 2017
When he raised arms agnst nation den only he decided his fate dat he would be killed by grt indian army..so stop popularsing a terrorist.
— Neeraj Sharma (@neerajunique80) July 8, 2017