A meme fest has begun on Twitter when a Pakistani politician Rehman Malik tagged the official Twitter handle of UNO game instead of United Nations Organisation.
After Imran Khan, the Prime Minister of Pakistan was in the news for saying Germany and Japan share a border, another government official from Pakistan has offered grub to the Twitterati for some extraordinary memes.
Former Interior Minister of Pakistan and the Chairman Senate Standing Committee, Rehman Malik has been open that he contradicts Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi's political decisions and has particularly spoken about the abrogation of Article 370.
In his ongoing endeavor to express his perspectives, Malik attempted to retweet a unique tweet by ANI which was in respect with the current Jammu and Kashmir conditions. While retweeting, the politician needed to tag PM Narendra Modi in the tweet alongside the United Nations Organization.
Be that as it may, rather than tagging the official handle of United countries, he wound up tagging the official handle of the very well known card game, UNO.
On the off chance that you don't have a clue what UNO is, it is a basic card game, famous among young people. The multiplayer game has individuals attempting to dispose of their cards by coordinating the colours and the numbers in the stack. The first individual to dispose of every one of their cards wins.
This error of the government official did not go unnoticed by the Twitterati and has offered to ascend the way to the most hilarious memes. See some of the tweets right here: