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Pakistan can’t seem to catch a break on social media: Indians speculate if Pakistan issued missile warning because of Twitter trolls

On 27th August, @pokershash tweeted a cryptic message to Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, Pakistani Army spokesperson, former Pakistani minister Senator Rehman Malik and Chaudhry Fawad Hussain, whom he had recently fooled on Twitter by pretending to be a Pakistani with insider information on undercover RAW agent in Pakistan.

Pakistan today issued a NOTAM (notice to airmen) and Naval warning in view of possible missile test firing from Sonmiani flight test range near Karachi. Pakistan has also closed all three air routes for all international flights due to ‘operational reasons’. Sonmiani, located in Balochistan, is a rocket launch facility operated by Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission and is also used by Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission and National Defence Complex for testing solid-fueled ballistic missiles.

However, as soon as the notice was issued, Indian Twitter users started speculating whether it was in response to the cryptic tweet popular Twitter user, @pokershash, a social media activist who doubles himself as Twitter troll when it comes to give Pakistani ministers a run for their money. On 27th August, @pokershash tweeted a cryptic message to Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, Pakistani Army spokesperson, former Pakistani minister Senator Rehman Malik and Chaudhry Fawad Hussain, whom he had recently fooled on Twitter by pretending to be a Pakistani with insider information on undercover RAW agent in Pakistan.

As soon as news about restriction on airspace came out, netizens could not stop laughing at how the parody country perhaps got spooked by two Twitter trolls who have given the country a run for their money, whatever of it is left anyway.

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Meanwhile, @pokershash is already planning his next move it seems. He has already asked the Railways Minister of Pakistan to allow him to send him a Direct Message on Twitter.

Pakistani minister of Railways, Sheikh Rashid Ahmed has predicted a full-blown war between India and Pakistan in October or the following month. Founder of the satire website The Fauxy and popular Twitter user @being_humor who also trolls Pakistani leaders in his free time, had recently fooled former Pakistani minister Rehman Malik by making him believe that a screenshot from the film Singham was actually custodial torture of former Union Minister P. Chidambaram in CBI custody. Malik had even said he’d send the image to the UN as a proof that Indian politicians who are opposing the abrogation of Article 370 are being tortured by Modi regime.

Pakistani politicians, who have to hold high level committee meetings to decide national price of roti and naan, appear to have reduced their collective IQ lower than the GDP of the terror country. Meanwhile, Bilawal Bhutto, who went on an extremely amusing and satisfying rant on Pakistan PM Imran Khan has his DMs open on his Twitter account. In case any of you is bored and just want some entertainment.

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