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Pakistani Diplomat Qamar Abbas trolled for his statement related to Takshashila

Pakistan's Ambassador to Vietnam Qamar Abbas Khokhar has also misrepresented the facts related to history. After which once again Pakistan is facing trouble from all over the world.

Yogita S.

Yogita S.By Yogita S.

Published on 14 Dec 2020 7:40 AM GMT

Pakistani Diplomat Qamar Abbas trolled for his statement related to Takshashila
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Pakistan's PM Imran Khan has faced criticism at times for presenting false facts related to history. He has been troubled all over the world.

Now Pakistan's Ambassador to Vietnam Qamar Abbas Khokhar has also misrepresented the facts related to history. After which once again Pakistan is facing trouble from all over the world. He has been embarrassed in front of people.

Tweet of Qamar Abbas

Qamar Abbas Khokhar's baseless statement:

In fact, the whole matter is such that Pakistan's Ambassador Qamar Abbas Khokhar has described Taxila, the pride of ancient India, as part of 'Ancient Pakistan'. Apart from this, he has described Chanakya, an author of economics and great linguist Panini, as the child of Pakistan.

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Chanakya belongs to Pakistan: Qamar Abbas

In fact, Khokhar wrote in the tweet he had written. Aerial view of Taxila University has been remodeled. Taxila was located 2700 years ago in ancient Pakistan, near present-day Islamabad. More than 10,500 students from 64 countries studying 64 different subjects used to come here. Scholars like Panini also studied here.

The Pakistani diplomat also described Chanakya, the world's first linguist and author of Economics, as the child of 'Ancient Pakistan'. Khokhar also posted two videos in which all such fake claims were made.

As his tweet was posted. Social media users put off the Pakistani diplomat's claim. Trollers took him on target and #ancientpakistan started trending on Twitter.

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A user wrote, There was no Pakistan before 14-15 August. Therefore, there is no question of the ancient history of Pakistan. If you search on Wikipedia only once, you will come to know that Taxila was a center of knowledge in the Maurya Empire.

At the same time, another user wrote, 'Ancient Pakistan? Pakistan existed 2700 years ago? One more thing that Panini was a Sanskrit scholar. What you are saying is the history of ancient India.

Your history is not before 1947. Islam also came 1400 years ago. Taxila was present 2700 years ago, where did you miss? '

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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