It is unclear who started the hashtag on Twitter, but the Kashmir journalist, Sargre Kissa, was one of the first to postpone him on Tuesday.
"Let's train the hashtag #SayNoToWar, we do not want more lives to be knocked out, we want peace." The war never solved any problem, it will never be. "Thank you," she wrote Tuesday.
The Dataminr social discovery platform shows that over the past two days, more than 128,500 tweets have been published using the hashtag, with a maximum of 2,000 tweets every 10 minutes on Wednesday noon, shows CNN analysis.
Kissu, a minority of the Kashmir Pandit, told CNN that her family moved from Kashmir to Jammu in 1991 because of an uprising in the region.
"I grew up listening to stories about Exodus and Conflict, and it was etched inside my mind and heart," she said. "Now that we are on the brink of war, there are people who propagandize the war in pure nationalism, which is purely jogistic."
She said she pushed a hashtag on Twitter in an attempt to help break the cycle of violence and war until it was too late: "Soldiers and innocent civilians on both sides will die on the border." Pakistan must heal its wounded, sit and talk. "
Both Indians and Pakistanis used #SayNoToWar to make a pledge, including actors and politicians.
One of the most prolific twitterers in this issue was Bollywood singer Vishal Dadlani, who re-sent Turkish political activists to Tooba Syed:
Kissa said that, in addition to several trolls, a huge reaction was very positive, especially on the part of young people.
"People were very "she said." Heshteg took his life because people responded positively, especially young people. And it was an exciting moment.
"I never thought that Twitter could make such a huge difference"