27/08/2019 4:17 PM IST

This Pakistani Senator Made A Really Embarrassing Error While Tweeting At The UN

Rehman Malik tagged the UNO card game's handle instead of the United Nations

Twitter/Senator Rehman Malik
A file photo of Pakistan senator Rehman Malik.

Pakistan has vowed to raise the Kashmir issue, after the Narendra Modi government abrogated Article 370, at every international forum. Prime Minister Imran Khan said that he will bring it up the at the UN General Assembly next month.

Pakistan Senator Rehman Malik also possibly wanted to bring the UN’s attention to the Kashmir issue in a tweet, but ended up tagging the wrong Twitter handle.

Malik is also the former interior minister of Pakistan.

He retweeted an ANI tweet with a statement from Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad and tagged the UNO card game’s handle and Modi. 

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The tweet quoted Azad as saying, “We weren’t allowed to go to the city, but the situation in Jammu and Kashmir is terrifying. The stories we heard from the passengers of Kashmir present in our flight, would bring tears even to a stone.” 

Azad’s statement came after the Opposition leaders were not allowed to leave Srinagar airport and sent back on Saturday.

Twitter users were quick to point out his mistake: