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Senator Rehman Malik sent blessings to Mia Khalifa, goes viral like a storm


Arhama AltafWeb Editor

31st Dec, 2019. 02:45 pm
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Pakistani politicians in the online world often carries away with some silly mistakes which leads them to trolling all over social media.

Politician Rehman Malik has quite the tendency of making silly mistakes on social media.

Senator Rehman Malik brutally trolled by social media users as he mistakenly considered Mia Khalifa as an Indian Muslim.

Former Interior Minister, Rehman Malik seemed to think that Mia Khalia a Muslim who shows solidarity with Indian Muslims.

Rehman Malik thanked her for showing solidarity.

He, through his tweet wrote, “May God Bless her.”

So, Rehman Malik was bluffed by an Indian Twitter account, who posted images initially.

”Sir, influential actresses from Indian regional films are in solidarity with Indian Muslims opposing Citizenship Amendment Bill by wearing Hijab. Salute to them. Modi will resign soon”, he said.

Rehman Malik thanking Mia Khalifa sets social media on fire and Rehman goes viral all around.

Earlier, Sheikh Rasheed called our Pakistani Cricket Team as ”Green Shits” for which he trolled like hell by social media users.

However, he corrected his mistake later.

Indian police banned protests against Citizenship Amendment Bill

At least two people are dead after police opened fire at protests, an official said on Thursday.

Fresh protests erupted across India against citizenship law that critics say is anti-Muslim.

The men — Abdul Jalil, 49, and Samshir Kudroli, 23 — “died in police firing during the protests”, sources said.

According to sources, a curfew imposed in the city with schools, restaurants and bars shut.

Another man taken to the King George’s Medical University Trauma Centre in Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh with a gunshot injury died soon after.

His death not confirmed by local police, but his father told that his son shot after getting caught in a crowd of protesters while he out to buy groceries.

Four others treated at a hospital in Mangalore “with bullet injuries”, a district medical officer told.

Security forces and protesters had clashed in Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Karnataka states.

While, police bundled demonstrators onto buses, shuttered Delhi metro stations and cut cellphone access in some areas.

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