Maryam Nawaz’s photoshop blunder viral on social media

 Maryam Nawaz’s photoshop blunder viral on social media

Maryam Nawaz lands herself in awkward position following twitter blunder

Twitter and Maryam Nawaz’s political opponents had a field day Sunday trolling the PML-N vice president after several users pointed out what seemed to be an obvious Photoshop gaffe in one of her tweets.

It all started when the PML-N vice president posted a tweet with two pictures — one of her, standing at the Keran bridge at Neelum Valley surrounded by the lush green scenery — and another, of her father Nawaz Sharif, seemingly standing at the same spot.

“[Our] ties with Kashmir are very old,” tweeted the PML-N vice president as the caption of the two images, suggesting that both she and the former premier had been to the same spot.

However, Pakistani Twitterati caught on to the obvious Photoshop cock-up.

From the river to the greenery in the background, and even the tree leaves, the similarities in the two pictures pointed to only one logical conclusion: Sharif’s image had been photoshopped onto the scenery.

Twitter, obviously, was in no mood to let go of the faux pas.

Read this: Maryam Nawaz’s rally at AJK college forces cancellation of inter exam

A rally led by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz during an Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) election campaign at a college ground on Monday forced the cancellation of the intermediate exam.

As per details, the PML-N organized an election rally at an intermediate college in Leepa ‎valley in the AJK on Monday. The female students of the college were disrupted during the exam owing to the speeches from PML-N leaders including Maryam Nawaz on loudspeakers. The principal of the college rather than asking PML-N leaders to stop the gathering decided to cancel the exam. It is pertinent to mention here that Maryam Nawaz has been leading the PML-N election campaign in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK). Maryam Nawaz warned the incumbent government of a strong reaction if elections in AJK are “rigged”.

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