India's Ministry Of Transportation Just Used This Pakistani Photo To Show Their Roads And EVERYONE Noticed

By Biya Haq | 28 Sep, 2017

The Indian Ministry of Road Transportation and Highways just made a hilarious mistake on their Twitter account for Road Safety

Talking about proper pedestrian street laws, the account tweeted an image of a woman directing traffic at a zebra crossing in India. Except, lol. It wasn’t in India.

Source: Twitter

 

The image was actually taken from Pakistan that showed a policewoman administering traffic written back in 2014.

 

The picture was taken in Karachi, we repeat, Karachi

AKA, not India.

Source: Dinly / Facebook

And what’s even better, is that people who saw the image immediately noticed the mix up as well:

Great catch friend!

Source: Twitter

 

Bangalore Citizen, we’re wondering the same thing.

Source: Twitter

 

Hey, it’s still a pretty great picture!

Source: Twitter

 

And people were not letting the Ministry’s mistake go

Source: Twitter

 

It seems as if the mistake has actually been noticed by the ministry officials as the tweet was since removed, but screen shots zindabad, hehe.

Not that we’re proud to point out and make fun of others mistakes, but given the amount of ‘love’ we get from India on our own issues, it’s always entertaining to poke some fun at our friendly neighbours every once in a while.

Love you, India! How about just giving some credit next time? Lollll.

 


Cover image via: dawn.com

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