Modi has won the election and will be running for the second time now. After winning marginally Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed 353 MPs from the alliance at the Central Hall of Parliament on Saturday.
When he used the word Abhinandan, he meant congratulations but the Pakistani TV anchor mistook it with the name of Indian Air Force officer pilot Abhinandan Varthaman, who was held captive in Pakistan post-Balakot air strike.
The clip of the Pakistani anchor has gone viral on Twitter, in which the person says that even after the elections he has not forgotten about the IAF pilot.
Dear @ARYNEWSOFFICIAL, Hindi word 'Abhinandan' means congratulations or to greet. So 'Abhinandan' always won't mean Wing Commander Abhinandan.
If nothing else, look at the context of Modi's speech. Sensationalise karne k liyay bhi aqal chaiye.. 🙆🏻♀️pic.twitter.com/pgwcpOucla
— Naila Inayat नायला इनायत (@nailainayat) May 25, 2019
It did not take long enough for the Twitter users to pick on this and he got trolled for his mistake!
BJP Hindi is not Bollywood Hindi which Pakistanis understand
— raghav (@raghav2k) May 25, 2019
I can give Hindi tution for free to him and fawad chowdhary
— rajeev jha (@JhaRajeevlnu) May 25, 2019
Desi media is always on drugs.
— Mahey (@maheysukhwinder) May 25, 2019
Vaisay, it actually means “to welcome” “swaagat” as in, “aapka haardik abhinandan hai” “आपका हार्दिक अभिनंदन है।” i.e “ur most welcome”😜
— boyz_attitude (@boyz_attitude) May 25, 2019
Thanks for making them understand… Otherwise these media people are creating so much hue and cry about his win spreading fake news…
— Mansi Bhardwaj (@mansibhardwaj95) May 25, 2019
Grand as usual !
If I.K. or “IDARE” allow you to set standards, Pakistan will be one of Leading Nations !
Aapka dil se Abhinandan !
— Ashok Lalchandani (@ashokcl) May 25, 2019
I don't remember seeing a more WTF news item recently.
What is wrong with these people!!!! https://t.co/m6Xhz2bMvD
— Pratyasha Rath (@pratyasharath) May 25, 2019
— Mahesh Dutt (@m__dutt) May 25, 2019