Imran Ismail Mistakenly Refers To Azad Kashmir As ‘Pakistan Occupied Kashmir’
Sindh Governor Imran Ismail mistakenly referred to Azad Kashmir as ‘Pakistan Occupied Kashmir’ in a tweet that was later deleted.
On Sunday, the governor tweeted an article with a caption that read, “J&K: Imran Khan says he is ready to hold referendum in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.”
After his followers pointed out the faux pas, Ismail deleted the tweet and issued a clarification that his earlier tweet sharing Indian article carried original Indian heading automatically, suggesting that he had not written it himself.
The earlier tweet sharing indian article carried original Indian heading automatically. This should settle observation by few. Azad Jamu Kashmir cannot be compared with Indian occupied Kashmir. Inshallah will be leading programs and rallies on 5th as Kashmir day.
— Imran Ismail (@ImranIsmailPTI) January 19, 2020