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Imran tweets on Indian police again, Twitterati flay him

New Delhi: A day after Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan was trolled for posting a pretend video of violence in Bangladesh and blaming Indian police for motion towards Muslims in Uttar Pradesh, he once more was criticised for tweeting on Saturday a information story on a lifeless man accused of violence within the Indian state.

#Pakistan trended with 392Okay tweets as Twitterati trolled Khan as additionally condemned the stone-pelting on the Nankana Sahib gurdwara by a mob on Friday.

Imran Khan posted an image of a burning car as Indian safety forces stand guard amid violence over the CAA and wrote on @ImranKhanPTI: “Indian police brutality reaches new lows as its pogrom of Muslims in India continues as a part of fascist Modi authorities’s ethnic cleaning agenda.

The accompanying information was headlined “Man lifeless for six years, bedridden 93-yr-old in UP cops’ listing of people that might hamper peace amid CAA stir’.

The publish bought 2.3K retweets and 6.4K likes.

Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister and BJP chief Shivraj Singh Chouhan tweeted: “Pakistan’s PM continues to unfold rumours of atrocities on minorities in India, whereas yesterday, the world noticed the situation of minorities in his personal nation. I urge the worldwide group & human rights organisations to take a observe on the deteriorating situation.”

One consumer replied to Khan: “Mr Niazi, kindly give Pakistani citizenship to all Indians who are feeling persecuted in Bharat, We will provide free tickets to them & will feel obliged.”

One consumer posted an image of Congress chief Rahul Gandhi and Imran Khan whereby the latter is displaying his two fingers whereas conversing.

“Per tweet 2 rupees dega to predominant Modi ke towards tweet karunga (in case you give me Rs 2 per tweet, I’ll tweet towards Modi), goes the caption together with the image.

One consumer posted a humorous comment: “Please keep a queue as you heap humiliation on Imran Khan.”



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