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Did you try this? Search 'bhikhari' on Google, you will see Imran Khan’s pics

Social Media Can’t Stop Laughing, Many Trolling Khan With Screenshots Displaying Images Of The Search Results.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Aniruddha Dhar | Updated on: 18 Aug 2019, 10:32:28 PM
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has become the latest butt of jokes on social media

New Delhi:

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has become the latest butt of jokes on social media as people have discovered that his pictures pop up when one searches for 'bhikari' (beggar) on Google Search. Yes, if you search 'beggar' or 'Bhikhari' on Google search engine, images of Imran Khan appear on the search engine.

Social media can’t stop laughing, many trolling Khan with screenshots displaying images of the search results.

Earlier, US President Donald Trump became a victim of Google's complex algorithm, as his pictures appeared when people looked for the word 'idiot'. During the Congressional hearing of company CEO Sundar Pichai, he was questioned, by Democratic Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren to explain the process of Google image search for the term 'idiot' which threw US President Donald Trump's image.

But Khan’s images look more interesting as recently an onion seller from Pakistan on Twitter said: "Just 3-4 days are left for Eid and the market looks so dull. We depend on India for vegetables and onion, which is so essential for cooking food on Eid. I am sure, the price of onion will increase further. What does Imran Khan want us to eat? Grass?"

Pakistan recently suspended bilateral trade with India in response to the Narendra Modi’s government’s decision to abrogate Article 370 of the Constitution in Jammu and Kashmir that gave special status to the people of the people.

Upping the ante, Pakistan said its army was "fully prepared" to face any challenge posed by India in the wake of current tensions between the two countries over Kashmir.

Addressing a joint press conference with Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi following a meeting of the country's top brass on the situation in Kashmir, Army spokesman Major Gen Asif Ghafoor said it was possible India could launch an attack to divert the world's attention from Kashmir.

A closed-door meeting on Kashmir by the UN Security Council on Friday ended without any outcome or statement from the powerful 15-nation UN organ, dealing a huge snub to Pakistan and its all-weather ally China to internationalise the issue, which an overwhelming majority stressed is a bilateral matter between New Delhi and Islamabad.

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First Published : 18 Aug 2019, 10:32:28 PM