PTV's “Begging” Typo For PM Imran Khan Has Caused A Massive Meltdown

By Bisma Rizwan | 5 Nov, 2018

Ever since the government took charge, it hasn’t really been easy for them. They’re constantly being criticized, they’re constantly being compared to the older governments, and most of all, they’re constantly being judged for doing things that they’d say they would never do.

 

Guess this PTV employee just thought to set it all in place, perhaps by mistake.

Source: Tenor

 

Imran Khan today was in Beijing to address to the Central Party School of the Communist Party of China, but the location slug misspelled Beijing as… begging…

BEGGING, like how did that even happen…

Source: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf / Facebook

 

Many believe it’s photoshopped but hey, why don’t you see it for yourself?

Watch from the 3:10 minute mark.

Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan Addressing Central Party School of the Communist Party of China in Beijing (04.11.18)

Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan Addressing Central Party School of the Communist Party of China in Beijing (04.11.18) #PTI #PMIKVisitsChina

Gepostet von Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf am Sonntag, 4. November 2018

 

But with a typo this golden, the banter was absolutely inevitable. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Matlab, there’s even a U-Turn sign like come on!

 

Not even the military was spared

 

This person right here is asking all of the right questions.

 

And then there were some who just took it a little bit too seriously…

 

While there were some who found the act extremely shameful.

 

However, many criticized the fact that the blunder should not be made fun of, and that no one deserves to be in that spot…

 

“We must always criticize a PM for his flawed policies but let us not ridicule him for the fun of it.”

 

…and that even the biggest of TV channels have occasionally made mistakes and it’s okay.

 

PTV formally apologized for the incident, and said that the matter was getting dealt with. 

 

It is being said that the concerned staff are being investigated, while two people have already been laid off.

The entire incident, however, has been thoroughly ironic and people still aren’t sure if the entire blunder was a simple mistake, or a well-throughout ploy.

But what do you think about the typo? Let us know in the comments.

 

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