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The News Minute | December 19, 2014 | 11.12 am IST A show of hashtag solidarity is being played out on Twitter with many Pakistanis including Fatima Bhutto saying #PakWithIndiaNoToLakhviBail. Soon after the Peshwar massacre of 141 people, almost all of them children, many people on this side of the border began to tweet their solidarity with Pakistani people with the hashtag #IndiawithPakistan. Now, hours after the alleged mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks Zakur Rehman Lakhvi was granted bail by an anti-terror court in Islamabad, the hashtag #PakWithIndiaNoToLakhviBail began to trend on the micro-blogging site on Thursday.  Fatima Bhutto's tweet at 5.30 pm on Thursday was re-tweeted 771 times and favourited by 403 tweeple.  #IndiaWithPakistan was an important moment of solidarity. So should #PakWithIndiaNoToLakhviBail be — fatima bhutto (@fbhutto) December 18, 2014 According to a report on Dawn, Pakistan government has decided to appeal against the approval Let top member Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi’s bail in superior courts. After the ATC ordered the release of Lakhvi after his post-arrest bail plea was accepted at Rs. 1 million, he was detained again under the Maintainence of Public order at Rawalpindi’s Adiala Jail. RT guptasha2006: Desh ka batbaara hua hai dilo ka nahi..#IndiawithPakistan#PakWithIndiaNoToLakhviBail — Affan (@mohdaffan007) December 19, 2014 LAKHVI RE-ARRESTED! To maintain public order! #PakWithIndiaNoToLakhviBail #hellyeah — Imaan Sheikh (@SheikhImaan) December 19, 2014 LeT's Lakhvi is back in custody under new public order offence. Excellent, Sharif govt + #PakWithIndiaNoToLakhviBail http://t.co/Xbv8vfgxaB — Karuna Nundy (@karunanundy) December 19, 2014 On Friday afternoon, as news of Lakhvi’s detention by a Pakistani court spread, #PakWithIndiaNoToLakhviBail was tweeted along with celebration of the man’s detention, with some even welcoming the Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s move to detain him. According to a report in Dawn, Lakhvi has been detained under the Maintainence of Public order at Rawalpindi’s Adiala Jail. In the meanwhile, the Pakistan government has decided to appeal against the bail granted to Lakhvi. Read: Jihadi ads from 1971- Pakistani newspapers recall darker times Tweet

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