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Try searching ‘bhikhari’, Google ends up with Imran Khan’s image

Users at social media can’t stop giggling and many are constantly trolling Imran Khan as “Bhikhari” (means “Beggar”) with his (fabricated) beard image holding a large pot in hand.

Devdiscourse News Desk | Kolkata | Updated: 18-08-2019 23:26 IST | Created: 18-08-2019 23:26 IST
Try searching ‘bhikhari’, Google ends up with Imran Khan’s image
The situation in Pakistan today is really horrifying and common people are becoming victims of the constant inflation. Image Credit: Google

Just a word "Bhikhari" search over Google search engine shows you the result of Imran Khan, the current Prime Minister of Pakistan. Now Twitter users are mocking him who is currently in a tumultuous time due to skyrocketing inflation in Pakistan and his inability to handle it. Despite this fact, he is knocking one country's door to another to seek support after India abrogated Article 370 from Kashmir.

Users at social media can't stop giggling and many are constantly trolling Imran Khan as "Bhikhari" (in English the word means "Beggar") with his (fabricated) beard image holding a large pot in hand. The message simply means, the man who is the head of a country's government is now a bhikhari or beggar.

This is not the first time Pakistan or the country's Prime Minister, Imran Khan being trolled over social media (as bhikhari) with such hilarious search engine result. During the mid of February 2019, Google started showing Pakistan's flag with a search result "Best toilet paper in the world". That image-cum-search result also went viral after Pulwama attack in Jammu and Kashmir that took the life of 40 Indian CRPF jawans.

The situation in Pakistan today is really horrifying and common people are becoming victims of constant inflation. Last week, Pakistani media revealed one litre milk costs PKR 108, one litre mustard oil costs PKR 246, one litre petrol costs PKR 113, one litre diesel costs 127, one cylinder of LPG costs PKR 1362, and the countrymen were unable to celebrate Eid al-Adha last week due to severe inflation.

Earlier, US President Donald Trump also became a victim of Google's complex algorithm. People suddenly started getting his pictures with such a small type 'idiot'. However, Imran Khan's image as bhikhari or beggar looks quite interesting as an onion seller based in Pakistan said on Twitter, "Just 3-4 days are left for Eid and the market looks so dull. We depend on India for vegetables and onion, which is so essential for cooking food on Eid. I am sure, the price of onion will increase further. What does Imran Khan want us to eat? Grass?"

Also Read: Best toilet paper in the world: Google shows Pakistan's national flag



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