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Former Pakistan envoy Abdul Basit confuses porn star Johnny Sins with a Kashmir youth blinded by pellet gun

In haste to peddle anti-India narrative, the former Pak Envoy, Abdul Basit, took to Twitter to re-tweet an image of the adult movie star Johnny Sins claiming he is Yousuf from Anantnag who has been blinded by a pellet.

Parody nation Pakistan has at least, been extremely consistent when it comes to providing ‘entertainment’ to humankind. Whatever the situation may be, Pakistan never fails to give Twitterati its regular dose of entertainment through its consistent dose of bloopers.

Pakistan’s recent anecdotes on India’s decision to abrogate Article 370, has also been nothing but a full-fledged gag show which is getting better and better with every passing day. Though all Pakistan’s machismo and psyops over Twitter have been busy creating an atmosphere of being at war against India, their regular gaffes exposing their low IQ has always left Twitterati in splits.

After recently Pakistan Senator Rehman Malik gave the world a sneak-peak into his pea-sized brains by tagging the ‘UNO’ game instead of ‘United Nations’ in his Tweet criticizing Modi, the former Pakistan Envoy Abdul Basit has today gone a step further and asked the world to ‘pray for Johnny Sins’.

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In haste to peddle anti-India narrative, the former Pak Envoy took to Twitter to re-tweet an image of the adult movie star Johnny Sins claiming he is Yousuf from Anantnag who has been blinded by a pellet.

For the people who are unaware, Johnny Sins is a pornographic actor who has received nominations for numerous adult industry awards, including the AVN award for male performer of the year, twice. He is consistently among the most popular pornography searches.

Twitterati, as usual, had a field day. Though Basit was quick to undo his retweet, the alert users were faster to point out this gaffe by the former Pak Envoy by taking screenshots.

And there were few who had no words for this ‘intelligentsia’!

This trend of fooling well known Pakistani personalities started after many Pakistanis, including their media, started spreading old images and videos of other places claiming them to be recent imageries from Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistanis have been caught using dozens of such unrelated images and videos claiming atrocities by Indian armed forces on civilians in the state. Some enterprising social media users started contacting people in Pakistan government claiming to have evidence of such ‘atrocities’, only to send images from movies etc. Although most people recognise such trolling after seeing the images, few of them believe them, and Abdul Basit was one of them.

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