Pakistan Army General Tweeted A Photograph Of Downed ‘Indian Army Drone’, And Twitteratti Can’t Stop Laughing

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Updated on 30 Oct, 2017 at 6:28 pm


In yet another incident, Pakistan Army has claimed that it has shot down a “spy drone” of Indian Army. Pakistan Army’s spokesperson, Major General Asif Ghafoor, took onto Twitter to post a photograph of what is actually a quardcopter and said that it belonged to Indian Army. He also mentioned that the Pakistani Army has taken it down and the wreckage has been withheld for necessary tests.





The quadcopter was manufactured by a company called DJI and its drones are a bestseller for children. Omar Abdullah was the first one to take a dig at the tweet.

As soon as Maj Gen Ghafoor posted the photograph, Twitterati took onto the job and made us laugh heartily.

Education system is faulty.

Children play with it all day long.

Should’ve beaten the child.

Available on Amazon.

Where is the bullet mark?

Decision to put it on Twitter.

Saving himself from wife’s yelling.

Can detect a toy but not a helicopter.

Pakistani airplane.


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