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Pakistan's Sindh Chief Minister posts 'Happy Holi' on Diwali
Pakistan's Sindh Chief Minister posts 'Happy Holi' on Diwali&nbsp

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  • Instead of posting a message or a photo about the festival of light, Murad Ali Shah seemingly shared a photo of himself with Holi colours and an odd crane that seems to have been photoshopped in the background.
  • Even though the tweet was deleted, the message spread quickly after many netizens promptly took screenshots of it.
  • A screenshot of the gaffe was also shared by Pakistani journalist Murtaza Solangi.

In a major gaffe that has drawn heavy criticism from tweeple, the Chief Minister of Sindh in Pakistan, Syed Murad Ali Shah wished the Hindu community a 'Happy Holi' on the occasion Diwali.,olympic volleyball setter

Several leaders and politicians of the world posted Diwali messages on their social media accounts to wish their followers. But all eyes were on a tweet posted by the Chief Minister of the Pakistani province of Sindh.,best online poker for money

volleyball schule zürich,Instead of posting a message or a photo about the festival of light, Murad Ali Shah seemingly shared a photo of himself with Holi colours and an odd crane that seems to have been photoshopped in the background.

Even though the tweet was deleted, the message spread quickly after many netizens promptly took screenshots of it.,new zealand basketball league live

A screenshot of the gaffe was also shared by Pakistani journalist Murtaza Solangi.,volleyball schule zürich

spanish la liga standings,The Pakistan-based journalist didn't mince his words. He condemned the politician's ignorance and wrote that Sindh has the largest Hindu population in Pakistan 'with areas where Hindus are in the overwhelming majority'.

basketball wives imdb,"Sindh has the largest number of Hindu population in Pakistan with areas where Hindus are in the overwhelming majority. One can only be sad at the state of affairs if the staff at the CM House Sindh doesn’t know the difference between Diwali and Holi. Sad indeed (sic),” he wrote.

In the tweets that came after the blunder, the CM's office underlined their support for the Hindu community in Pakistan. They also wished them Happy Diwali. But the damage was already done by then.,youth tennis omaha

youth tennis omaha,“Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah congratulates the Hindu community on Diwali. Diwali is a festival of joys and lights, says Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah,” the handle tweeted.

agame free online games,“Pakistan Peoples Party has always spoken of protection of the rights of minorities,” CM House Sindh wrote in another tweet

On the same day, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto extended his Diwali greetings to the Hindi community in Pakistan.,dig deep volleyball facebook

basketball picture frame hobby lobby,"We need to understand the message of Diwali, which teaches us that no matter how powerful evil is, its defeat at the hands of unwavering determination and constant struggle is inevitable,” he said in a statement

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