Pakistian's Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) spokesperson, Major General Asim Bajwa, might have seen and been a part of a number of attacks. But he surely would not have witnessed anything like this. Ever since the news of the Indian Army's surgical strike inside PoK broke out, his official Facebook page is being flooded with comments - straight out trolls - that too in a language his has no clue about. This, all thanks to the handiwork of the Malayali trolls from all over the world. Every single posts the page has posted about the surgical strike are full of comments in Malayalam. While some are out right hilarious others are moderate and some even explicit in nature. Some are also posting 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' and 'Vande Matharam'. Some are also 'questioning' him on how Pakistan army changed its claims on the attacks through the day. The most hilarious one is as malayalam song which according to comments, Sharif is singing now. "Oru poo maathram chodhich, oru pookaalam nee thannu" which translates to " I asked for a flower, you gave me a full autumn season". This is not the first time Malayalees have used their language to troll and make a point. One of the biggest 'attacks' unleashed by Malayalee troll army was The New York Times, after it published a cartoon mocking India's Chandrayaan success. Others like tennis player Maria Sharapova, who said she didn't know who Sachin was and Pamela Anderson who wanted Kerala government to stop using elephants for parading in the Thrissur Pooram also got a taste of the Malayalee ire. Even Prime Minister Narendra Modi also got a taste of it after he compared Kerala to Somalia during an election campaign. BJP President Amit Shah had faced it very recently, after wishing Vaman Jayanti, a day ahead of Onam, the biggest celebration of the state.