PM Tweets Shab-e-Baraat Greetings A Day Later, Then Deletes Tweet
Prime Minister Imran Khan has deleted his tweet in which he was urging the Muslims around the world to worship during Shab e Baraat. The auspicious night is observed by millions of Muslims all around the world but Imran Khan faltered with the date, as it was on Wednesday and his tweet came out on Thursday.
This ended up in him getting ridiculed over the Twitterverse and many showed up to remind him of the night it actually was.
Shab-e-Barat, also known as the ‘night of forgiveness’, is an auspicious Muslim event observed by the community around the world. Muslim religious holidays are based on the lunar calendar due to which the night varies from one region to another.
PM IK, you didnt miss ur Party birthday but You missed IQBAL Death Anniversary😒 And also missed to tweet on SHAB E BARAT aswell😒 This is what ur priorities are….Shameful though.@ZaidZamanHamid @abasitpak1 @OryaMaqbolJan @KanwalRjamil @hammadahmedzaid @junaidhaqqani96
— AL-ZARRAR COMPANY (@zarrarmalik) April 25, 2019
Pakistan Prime Minister requesting Muslims to pray for an event today that already took place last night. This is the Prime Minister of Islamic Republic of Pakistan who has no knowledge of Islam or even normal festivals and rituals. Either no knowledge or it’s good quality weed. pic.twitter.com/VdY0ZsDdsd
— Aditya Raj Kaul (@AdityaRajKaul) April 9, 2020
Those friends who were justifying PM Imran Khan's Shab e Baraat tweet which he did today after it had passed last night, can you please tell me why he has deleted it after an hour? 😂 @__SyedaRida pic.twitter.com/J4CGYddwRM
— Rishta Chahiye (@Galadiator_) April 9, 2020
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