Tweets from Pakistan supported the hashtag as an important message after #IndiaWithPakistan, which became viral in an outpouring of grief from Indians after the massacre of 132 children by Taliban gunmen who stormed a school in Peshawar on Tuesday.
Among those who tweeted with the hashtag was Alizeh Iqbal Haider, a member of the Pakistan National Assembly and a spokesperson for Pakistan People's Party leader Bilawal Bhutto.<div id="ndtvrelcontent"></div>
Pakistani writer Fatima Bhutto, the niece of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, tweeted:
"Terrorists don't belong to any nation they don't have any religion. Dear Pakistan, Thank you for this tag #PakWithIndiaNoToLakhviBail," said one tweet.
JP Ranjan tweeted:
A big hug to all those pals in Pakistan for #PakWithIndiaNoToLakhviBail, its great start..keep moving guys for a peaceful neighbourhood.- J P Ranjan (@jpranjan1974) December 18, 2014
An anti-terror court in Islamabad granted bail to Lakhvi saying the prosecution has been unable to provide evidence against him. Lakhvi, among seven people arrested in the Mumbai attacks trial in Pakistan in 2009, had applied for bail yesterday. On twitter, many Pakistanis criticized the decision.