“Pakistan must thank Adnan Sami Khan today who has been an under-cover agent in India for so many years and provided intelligence to our armed forces making it possible for us to destroy two Indian Air Force planes,” reads a hilarious tweet by a Pakistani journalist posted in the aftermath of recent Pakistan-India tensions.
Another Twitter user replies to the tweet with a meme from an Indian movie in which Akshay Kumar angrily scolds his fellow actor by saying “Zor Zor Se Bol Ke Sabko Scheme Bataa De” (Okay shout! tell everyone about our plans”.
#Pakistan must thank Adnan Sami Khan today who has been an under-cover agent in #India for so many years and provided intel to our armed forces making it possible for us to destroy two Migs of Indian Air Force #indiapakistantensions #Abhinandan pic.twitter.com/pfgcLRsKX4
— Adeel Raja (@adeelraja) March 1, 2019
— Komal Shahid (@ArmedWithWords) March 1, 2019
This wasn’t the only way Pakistanis trolled the now-Indian singer Adnan Sami over his anti-Pakistan tweet after the Indian claim of airstrikes inside Pakistan.
As his tweet after the February 26 violation of Pakistani airspace by Indian Air Force was full of abuses and hate for Pakistan- which was once his own country – so Pakistani trolls perhaps thought a straight reply will not silence him so this time they trolled him in an entirely different manner.
Dear Pak trolls,
Its not about ur egos being given a reality check today; its about eliminating terrorists who u ‘claim’ r also ur enemies! Ur Ostrich mentality is laughable.Btw, ur abuses expose ur reality & therefore d only difference between u & a bucket of shit is the bucket!
— Adnan Sami (@AdnanSamiLive) February 26, 2019
Almost all the Facebook pages run by Pakistanis and the Pakistani Twitterati started terming him Pakistan’s undercover agent in India (thereby endangering his peaceful stay in the neighbouring country).
The most hilarious tweets and memes were posted after Pakistan’s retaliatory action on February 27 and people are still trolling the singer who they think is an attention seeker who is not creating music but hateful tweets.
— Asfah (@Asfah32840103) March 1, 2019
Utmost respect for our hero #AdnanSami. For our legend. He should be honored for his part in PAF Op. that lead to Mig – 21 destruction.
Pakistan salutes this hero. Kudos. pic.twitter.com/4q92l2vkhv
— Sohail A. 🌐 (@SohailAnwer) March 1, 2019
پاک آرمی #PakArmy نے لیفٹننٹ کرنل عدنان سمیع کو پلوامہ #PulwanaAttack حملے کے بعد پاکستان کی بھرپور مدد کرنے اور خفیہ معلومات فراہم کرنے پر انہیں خراج تحسین پیش کرتے ہوے کرنل کے عہدے پر ترقی دے دی ہے مبارک ہو سر #AdnanSami pic.twitter.com/rqp3gOg1ZO
— آسیب (@irfaneja_irfan) March 1, 2019
There are examples of many spies and undercover agents in history but nobody can match the level of @AdnanSamiLive . Dude has been in India for years now and yet he has made everyone believe that he is not our agent and providing secret information to us. Thank you sir!
— Waleed Nasir (@waleednasir00) February 27, 2019
One Twitter user even urged others not to blow his cover.
“Why do you guys are hell bent on blowing his cover? He is doing an amazing job. Don’t create problems for him,” wrote Ali Salman Alvi.
Everyone knows that his father was an officer in the PAF. But you shouldn’t have posted this stuff on Twitter. Why do you guys are hell bent on blowing his cover? He is doing an amazing job. Don’t create problems for him. https://t.co/YGhfveDMGJ
— Ali Salman Alvi (@alisalmanalvi) March 1, 2019
We are very thankful to Adnan Sami for providing us information about MIG 31 aircrafts. It’s only due to his brilliant efforts that Pakistan was able to capture Abhinandan. Thank you Adnan Sami. The unsung hero of Pakistan.#WelcomeHomeAbhinandan pic.twitter.com/qgcKD20aoW
— Dr Farhan K Virk (@FarhanKVirk) March 1, 2019
— Khurram Iftikhar (@styloon120) March 1, 2019