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Afghan journalist confuses Aamir Liaquat as dead Pak Army soldier in Panjshir

Afghan journalist made a bizarre yet laughable comment on the PTI MNA Aamir Liaquat Hussain in his tweet.

Afghan journalist named Noor Quraishi shared the images of PTI MNA Aamir Liaquat and claimed him Colonel Adil who got killed in Panjshir valley in Afghanistan.

He shared the picture of Aamir Liaquat on his Twitter account claiming that he was killed in the clashes with anti-Taliban forces. His tweet has gone viral on social media with Pakistani netizens mocking the journalist for a faux pas. The pictures of Liaquat were his viral images in a Pak Army uniform.

His tweet translated to, “The first safety of Pakistani commandos: Colonel Adil died during the fighting in Panjshir.”

The netizens posted hilarious comments from offering their condolences to the journalist to throwing shades at him

Read more: Indian media accuses PAF of attacking Panjshir with fake gaming video

Yesterday, Indian media reported fake videos and images of the Pakistan Army’s participation in the clashes in the Panjshir valley.

The Indian media outlet, Republic TV, had accused the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) of aerial bombing in Panjshir valley, Afghanistan by playing fake videos from a game.

Republic TV, ran clips from the video game, Arma-3, claiming to be the exclusive footage of the aerial strike in Panjshir by PAF on anti-Taliban fighters.


Republic TV posted the video with the caption, “Pakistan army supporting Taliban against Northern Alliance in Panjshir”. Mohammed Zubair, an Indian journalist, claimed that the Republic TV has used a fake video from the video game claiming it to be the exclusive footage of aerial strikes.

The Indian journalist also shared fake news shared by India Today on the clashes in Panjshir valley. He shared that India Today quoted a fake account of Ahmed Massoud that claimed that a Pakistani fighter jet has been shot down in Panjshir. The image shared by the fake account is actually of a U.S. F-16 fighting falcon crash landing during training in Arizona. Indian media has several times been spotted spreading fake news regarding Pakistan.

Read more: “Rise up” against the Taliban, urges resistance leader Masood

Earlier, Pakistani netizens slammed the claims of the Pak Army helping the Afghan Taliban against Ahmed Masoud in Panjshir valley.