Desi Twitter Trolls Pakistan PM Imran Khan For Misquoting Rabindranath Tagore!
The word troll has become a favourite word of the youth and the netizens. Every social media user has been trolled at least once by the online trolls. And if you’re a public figure trolling is just part of your life isn’t it. Celebrities, big shots often fall prey to the social media trolls.
Recently, the prime minister of Pakistan Imran Khan shared a motivational quote on his twitter handle and wrote, those who discover and get to understand the wisdom of Gibran’s words, cited below, get to live a life of contentment.
Those who discover and get to understand the wisdom of Gibran's words, cited below, get to live a life of contentment. pic.twitter.com/BdmIdqGxeL
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) June 19, 2019
Indians weren’t pleased with the motivational quote shared by the Prime Minister of Pakistan. Seems like the PR team of Imran Khan or the Prime Minister himself failed to do his homework before sharing the quote. Imran Khan misquoted a quote of Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore as Lebanese – American writer and poet Kahlil Gibran.
Desi Twitter lost their cool and slammed the Prime Minister of India for the massive gaffe:
These are not the words of Khalil Jibran . There are words of " Rabindranath Tagore " who is an Indian poet. Please google !
— Dr Ayesha (@DrAyeshaSpeaks) June 19, 2019
It is Heartening to note that lot of our Pakistan Brothers and Sisters are So knowledgeable and intellectually Honest .
— RAVIKUMAR RATNAGIRI (@drravikumar63) June 20, 2019
— Krishna (@Atheist_Krishna) June 19, 2019
— Naila Inayat नायला इनायत (@nailainayat) June 19, 2019
😂. But genuinely scared for your safety.
— Pale Blue Dotter (@lajababu) June 20, 2019
Do you see what people telling him? Its not Khalil Gibran’s
— Muhammad Junaid (@junaidmuhammadd) June 19, 2019
— Samavia malik (@Samaviamalik2) June 19, 2019
Nice quotes but these are Shri Rabindranath Tagore's words !!👍🏿 pic.twitter.com/YJwwfG7nAk
— Manoj Agrawal (@manoj_indore) June 19, 2019
He should be careful about his words.
— Shahjhan Malik (@shahjhan_malikk) June 19, 2019
Oxford Graduate behaving like a WhatsApp Graduate
— Neerja Gogoi (@TypoMantri) June 20, 2019
I am sort of relieved that Imran Khan did not attribute the quote to Inzamam-ul-Haq.
— Suresh Kochattil (@kochattil) June 20, 2019
1 Universe, 8 Planets, 204 Countries, 809 Islands, 7 Seas, and over 8 Billion People but I want To meet You only atleast once in my life @ImranKhanPTI pic.twitter.com/XR8uRoFtqS
— Maher Baloch (@maher_iam) June 19, 2019
Dear Prime Minister Imran Khan hope you ask your team to do thorough research!