Pakistanis Are Calling Out Fawad Chaudhry For Trolling India's Failed Moon Landing

By Sana Yasmeen | 7 Sep, 2019

Fawad Chaudhry trolling India’s failed moon landing didn’t sit well with Pakistanis either.

Just recently, India attempted to land a robotic spacecraft near the moon’s South Pole. However, this attempt failed, which led to the hashtag #IndiaFailed trending on Twitter. Even our Minister of Science and Technology, Fawad Chaudhry, couldn’t refrain himself from trolling Indians whilst using this hashtag and mocking the mission.

He posted a series of tweets in which he sarcastically made fun of the mission.

He also called “the spacecraft” a “khilona” 

This, of course, led to people joining in

 

However, some Pakistanis called out Fawad Chaudhry for this, including Jibran Nasir

People even pointed out how we’re not really in a position to ridicule India over this

Others pointed out how we had a lot more to focus on back home.

Some people pointed out how the joke’s on us, really

Fawad Chaudhry addressed certain Indian trolls who were retaliating to him mocking the mission.

However, people called him out on this too.

They reminded him of his position as a minister

People also told him that he’s better than this

 

Yikes. Perhaps he should have chosen his words wisely? What do you guys think? Let us know in the comments.

 

India’s Moon Landing Attempt Failed And Pakistanis Are Brutally Trolling Them For It

 


 

 

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