If you follow the news, you must not be new to the name Fawad Chaudhry who is Pakistan’s Science and Technology Minister and is often on the troller’s list for his comments.
Just a month ago Pakistan Minister wanted the UK to apologize for Jallianwala Bagh Massacre and return Kohinoor to Lahore. Before that, he demanded Noble Peace Prize for Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan. And Mr Chaudhry has a problem when the Indian cricket team gave tribute to CRPF jawans who lost their life by wearing Military Cap.
Now, Pakistan Minister has passed all these levels and had made a hilarious claim. He, in an interview, claimed that the Hubble Space Telescope was sent into space by the country’s aeronautics and aerospace research agency Suparco, instead of its US counterpart NASA.
“One of the ways to see is the Hubble Telescope, which is the world’s biggest telescope and was sent (into space) by Suparco, which is installed in a satellite. Then there are other satellites and there are other (types of) technologies.”
Hubble Space Telescope was sent into space by Suparco instead of NASA. Just give Fawad Chaudhry Nobel prize for science and technology already! pic.twitter.com/2PRXhx6cBP
— Naila Inayat नायला इनायत (@nailainayat) May 6, 2019
After Minister’s special claims memes and trolling posts made its way to the Internet.
I don’t mind @fawadchaudhry taking Nobel prize but tell me the name of that high impact weed…I want to become space scientist for one day 😂😂
— Soumya (@NanaBaiya) May 6, 2019
May be NASA head will resign and also join the ministry of @fawadchaudhry as head of SUPARCO
— Arshad Aziz Malik (@arshadazizmalik) May 6, 2019
After Germany China border and Hubble telescope claims, it can be stated that both IK and Fawad are smoking the same high quality weed.
— Kshatriya क्षत्रिय (@dharma_Yoddha) May 6, 2019
— realist kisnaa (@realist_kisnaa) May 6, 2019
Naya Pakistan Mai sab feku hai?
— Raman Kumar Mandal (@IAmAsliRaman) May 6, 2019
Fawad himself wanted to go but anything more than 5 tonnes doesn’t fit in that telescope
— गुल्लक (@Gullak_) May 6, 2019