Pakistan Army spokesperson Asif Ghafoor was mercilessly trolled by Twitterati after he called Kashmir the jugular ‘vain’ of Pakistan. He committed this blunder while quoting a statement by army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa which iterated that the country is fully ‘configured, prepared, and determined’ to defend the ‘honour, dignity, and territorial integrity of motherland at all cost.’
''Kashmir is jugular vain of Pakistan and no compromise shall be made which denies right of self-determination to our brave Kashmiri brethren,'' Ghafoor had tweeted. Soon after this, he found himself in the middle of a troll-fest for spelling the word vein in the term 'jugular vein' as 'vain'.
“Pak Army is fully configured, prepared & determined to defend honour,dignity & territorial integrity of motherland at all cost. Kashmir is jugular vain of Pakistan & no compromise shall be made which denies right of self determination to our brave Kashmiri brethren”,COAS.(2of2). pic.twitter.com/wwL5K7Kbj1— DG ISPR (@OfficialDGISPR) October 3, 2019
Some Twitterati gave spelling lessons to the Pakistan Army spokesperson and even explained the differences between the meanings of vain and vein.
"The last time I had corrected your Latin. This time please allow me to correct your English. It`s - jugular vein - and not "vain", a user tweeted.
"You are trying in "vain", another user wrote. "change Vain to Vein, otherwise all in Vain," wrote a third user.
Earlier, Pakistan`s Science and Technology Minister Fawad Chaudhary became the center of all trolls when he spelled the very word satellite incorrect while trying to troll India after ISRO lost communication with its lander Vikram Lander.