Rehman Malik Tags ‘UNO’ Game Instead Of United Nations, gets trolled

By Aizbah Khan - Web Editor - BOL News

27th August, 2019

Rehman Malik Tags ‘UNO’ Game Instead Of United Nations, gets trolled

Tuesday 27th August, 2019

Former Home Minister of Pakistan and Pakistan people’s party Senator Rehman Malik seems to have made a big blunder on social media.

He tweeted related to the situation and criticizing the abrogation of Article 370 and the communication ban in Kashmir while trying to tag Prime Minister Modi and the United Nations Organizations. However, He ended up tagging UNO (the game), instead.

While quoting a tweet by news Indian agency on the deteriorated situation in Srinagar, Rehman Malik wrote, “@narendramodi @realUNOgame these are your own leaders and hear them what they are saying about the brutalities in IOK.”

As soon as Rehman Malik tagged the official Twitter account of the card game, social media users noticed the error and trolled him.

UNO is a multiplayer card game where you try to match colors and numbers and eventually end up with no cards on your hands

Pakistan senator Rehman Malik who has been openly critical of Narendra Modi after August 6 move when India abolished Article 370 and divide the state into two union territories Jammu and Kashmir, with a legislature and Ladakh.


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