Pakistan leaders tried to show that the event was not 'a hit but a flop show' (Image: @Suhasinh/fzalm)
The 'Howdy, Modi!' event on Sunday saw Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump appear before a strong crowd of 50,000 Indian Americans at the NRG stadium in Houston. The joint address by PM Modi and US President Trump was a triumphant moment for Indo-US relationship. So, of course, Pakistan was not too happy about it. Frustrated at the success of the event many Pakistan leaders tried to show that the event was not 'a hit but a flop show' posting images to prove their point. Pakistan minister Chaudhry Fawad Hussain, more well known for being an anti-India troll, was one of the leaders who posted such an image. Asif Ghafoor, spokesperson of Pakistan Armed Forces, was also shown to have tweeted an image showing some empty seats at NRG stadium.
— Ch Fawad Hussain (@fawadchaudhry) September 22, 2019
However, they were using images much before the arrival of PM Modi and soon people on Twitter posted pictures and videos of the stadium when the PM Modi was on stage. These video showed a packed stadium with hardly any empty seats.
Dear Mr. Hussain, I firmly believe that a large number of Pakistani's are intelligent and they will not trust you. Here is the actual video. Burnol moment for you. pic.twitter.com/7KBSK4ZUfM— Bald Man (@not_done_) September 22, 2019