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On X, “well done army chief” became a big trend

“Well Done Army Chief” has emerged as the top trend on social media X.

Chief of Army Staff General Syed Asim Munir’s recent maneuvers have stirred a sense of unease in India, drawing attention to the ramifications of his performance Social media users are using the hashtag “Well Done Army Chief” as a major trend.

Anxiety has spread across the border into India as a result of the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) involvement into Pakistan’s economy.

The economic revival measures led by Pakistan’s Army Chief have resulted in crucial foreign investments. However, Indian policy circles are concerned about the possible consequences of increased foreign engagement.

As the economic ramifications of these foreign investments become increasingly apparent due to decisive actions by Pakistan’s army chief, concern has grown in India. In response, Indian media outlets adopted a negative narrative, overshadowing Pakistan’s efforts to revive the economy.

Concern grew in India

As the financial benefits of these foreign investments become more apparent, India’s concerns have increased as a result of Pakistan’s army chief’s decisive actions. Consequently, the Indian media has adopted a narrative that is unfavorable and skeptical of the steps taken to revive Pakistan’s economy.

This indicates that the Army Chief’s prompt actions to revitalise the nation’s economy have been acknowledged. In a surprising turn of events, Indian media sources have attempted to minimise the good effects of these admirable initiatives by casting them in a less favourable light.

Adding fuel to the speculative fire, Indian analysts have suggested that Pakistan’s businesses may be privatised as a result of UAE investments, albeit under the pretence of diplomatic criticism. Still, this is a controversial claim that needs more investigation.

In the meantime, the recent inflow of capital from the United Arab Emirates has propelled the Pakistan Stock Exchange 100 index to an all-time high.

The United Arab Emirates‘ strategic allocation of billions of dollars towards projects under the Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC) has caused concern in India regarding the investment facilities specifically designated for Pakistan.

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