If you Google best toilet paper in world, Pakistan flag is what you get

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If you Google best toilet paper in world, Pakistan flag is what you get

Pakistan has been at the receiving end of vehement criticism over the past couple of days not just from India, but also world leaders, for shielding terrorists like Masood Azhar, whose Jaish-e-Mohammed has claimed responsibility for the ghastly terror attack.

If you search for “best toilet paper in the world” on Google, images of Pakistan’s national flag pop up in the results amid simmering tension over the Pulwama terror attack.

Pakistan has been at the receiving end of vehement criticism over the past couple of days not just from India, but also world leaders, for shielding terrorists like Masood Azhar, whose Jaish-e-Mohammed has claimed responsibility for the ghastly terror attack.

As the news of the “best toilet paper” go viral on social media, Twitterati wasted no time in posting images of the search results on the social media with the #besttoiletpaperintheworld hashtag.

This glitch in the Google images has surfaced two days after 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel died in a suicide bomb attack in which Jaish terrorist Adil Ahmad Dar rammed a 200 kilogram explosive-laden SUV into a vehicle in the CRPF convoy in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district.

Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) claimed the responsibility for the Pulwama terror attack. The bus was part of a convoy of 78 vehicles carrying CRPF personnel from Jammu to Srinagar. Adil Ahmed Dar was identified as a local of Kakapora in Pulwama district.

A day after the Pulwama terror attack, India withdrew “Most Favoured Nation” or MFN status accorded to Pakistan.

“MEA will initiate all possible diplomatic steps which are to be taken to ensure the complete isolation from the international community of Pakistan of which incontrovertible is available of having a direct hand in this act,” said Arun Jaitley.

The attack drew criticism from various quarters and countries.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday asserted that he was filled with grief and outrage, just like the people of the country, in the wake of the terrorist attack in Pulwama which claimed the lives of 40 CRPF personnel.

“I condole the bereaved families. And to the large number of people who have gathered here, I would like to say the fire that is raging in your bosoms, is in my heart as well,” Modi said, evoking a thunderous response from the crowd.

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