Pak Senator Tags UNO Instead Of UN In Tweet, Cracks Up Twitter

Rehman Malik aimed at criticising Narendra Modi in his post by sharing opposition leader Ghulam Nabi Azad’s views.

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While Rehman made sure to tag PM Modi in his post, he goofed up by tagging the official handle of UNO, a multiplayer card game instead of the United Nations.
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In a tweet that attempts to criticise Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Pakistan Senator Rehman Malik ended up sparking a laugh riot on Twitter.

The Former Interior Minister of Pakistan and Chairman Senate Standing Committee took to Twitter to share opposition leader Ghulam Nabi Azad’s views on not being allowed into Kashmir as quoted by news agency ANI.

While Rehman made sure to tag PM Modi in his post, he goofed up by tagging the official handle of UNO, a multiplayer card game instead of the United Nations, reported Outlook.

@narendramodi @realUNOgame these are ur own leaders and hear them what they are saying about the brutalities in IOK.”
Pakistan Senator Rehman Malik’s tweet as quoted by Outlook.

People on Twitter were quick to recognise the gafffe and within no time the post went viral, triggering a meme fest on social media.

(With Inputs from Outlook, The Indian Express & News 18)

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