Pakistan Senator Rehman Malik gets trolled for tagging UNO game instead of United Nations
Malik, Who Has Been Vocal In Criticising The Modi Government For Scrapping Article 370 Of Indian Constitution Which Gave Special Status To Jammu And Kashmir, Did This Gaffe While Quoting An ANI Tweet.
Rehman Malik tried to tag official handle of United Nations Organizations but ended up tagging UNO - the game instead. (Image Credit: Twitter)
Pakistani politicians are once again in news for committing blunders. The latest victim is Senator Rehman Malik who tagged official handle of UNO – a card game instead of the United Nations in his tweet against Indian government over Jammu and Kashmir.
Malik, who has been vocal in criticising the Modi government for scrapping Article 370 of Indian Constitution which gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir, did this gaffe while quoting an ANI tweet.
Sharing the tweet carrying a quote of Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad to cite 'brutalities in Kashmir', the Pakistan politician tagged PM Modi. He also tried to tag official handle of United Nations Organizations but ended up tagging UNO - the game instead.
UNO is a simple multiplayer card game has people trying to get rid of their cards by matching the colours and the numbers in the stack. The first person to get rid of all their cards wins.
Earlier, Radio Pakistan - the national radio broadcast network - made a major goof-up while tagging the Pakistani prime minister on micro-blogging site. Instead of tagging the official Twitter handle of Pakistan PM Imran Khan, the radio channel tagged another Imran Khan, whose account reads he the head of public engagement of Wellcome Trust.
Interestingly, the other Imran Khan has also already mentioned in his profile that “not that one. professional nerd”.
Radio Pakistan later deleted the tweet.
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First Published : 28 Aug 2019, 06:05:56 PM