Islamabad: Days after vowing to “take back Kashmir" from India, Pakistan People's Party (PPP) leader Bilawal Bhutto on Tuesday made another inane remark.
On microblogging website Twitter, the son of former Pakistan president Asif Ali Zardari, while referring to ceasefire violations at the Jammu and Kashmir border, said India is adopting Israel model.
The big-mouthed Pakistani leader further took on Narendra Modi, saying the Indian Prime Minister must realise that Pakistan could “retaliate unlike his victims from Gujarat”.
Another attack on LOC. seems India adopting Israle model vs Pakistan.Modi must realize we can retaliate unlike his victims from Gujarat.
— BilawalBhuttoZardari (@BBhuttoZardari) October 7, 2014
However, his attempt to gain popularity amid ongoing tensions between India and Pakistan failed miserably. Bilawal became the butt of jokes once again on social media for misspelling Israel in the tweet.
Here are a few reactions from the Twitteratti:
. @BBhuttoZardari They clearly do not teach spellings at your kindergarten. It is I S R A E L, kid. Now spell that again ten times.
— pracchannAstrin (@WordOfTheFree) October 7, 2014
— Radhika #Classless (@RpG_89) October 7, 2014
@BBhuttoZardari : Its Israel not Israle If India adopt that, then Discovery channel will show programe,"once upon a time there was Pakistan"
— Shanaya (@Sinceere_Angel) October 7, 2014
#YoBilawalSoDumb that he doesnt realise that the PAK in PAKISTAN stands for Pak pak pak pakaaaaaaaaak! *chicken dance*
— Vande Mataram (@nupur1210) September 20, 2014
#YoBilawalSoDumb that he thinks Lovely Professional University gives degree for Bridal make up courses.
— Bad Company. (@RowdyTalks) October 7, 2014
#YoBilawalSoDumb that he asks his teacher 'If Nawaz Sharif is PM , who is the AM of Pakistan ?'
— Aakash. (@PUNchayati) October 7, 2014
#YoBilawalSoDumb That he thinks Pakistan will take him seriously.
— Jokey Chan (@Jokey_Chan) October 7, 2014
#YoBilawalSoDumb that he made a paper plane & blew it in air, expecting it to reach Mars.
— Jal Kukdi (@Jal_Kukdi) October 7, 2014