Pakistani Embassy in Serbia trolls Imran Khan on Twitter; Officials say account hacked – archyde

Pakistan has been paralyzed by the coronavirus situation and its economic impact is evident when the Pakistani embassy in Serbia released a tweet asking the country’s Prime Minister Imran Khan how he expects Pakistani government officials to remain silent amid inflation breaking new records every day. The tweet went on to mention that their employees have not received their salaries for the past 3 months and that their employees’ children are banned from school for non-payment of fees. The tweet also included the title Aapne Ghabrana Nahi Hai by Pakistani YouTuber Saad Alavi.

“With inflation breaking all previous records, how long do you expect Imran Khan to become a government official?[s] is silent and has been working for you for 3 months without paying and our children have been pushed out of school for not paying school fees. Is that Naya Pakistan? I’m sorry, Imran Khan, I have no other choice, ”the official Twitter page of the Pakistani embassy in Serbia said.

Source: Twitter / Pakistani Embassy in Serbia

The response from the Pakistani embassy to this tweet was just plain hilarious. One of the users remembered a character from Netflix Sacred Games, Bunty, and tweeted, “Pakistan Embassy staff: Yha Parle-G khana pad raha hai kali chaii main dubokar.”

Shortly after the matter went viral and Imran Khan started trolling, the Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokesman clarified that the Pakistani embassy in Serbia Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts had been hacked.

“The Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts of the Pakistani embassy in Serbia were hacked. Messages posted on these accounts are not from the Pakistani embassy in Serbia, ”the tweet said.

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