Pakistan's ISI predicts earthquake, Twitter left in split
Islamabad : Predicting an earthquake may be a task for scientists but when it comes to ISI they can. According to a circular, apparently released by the government, the intelligence agency has been given an additional task of monitoring earthquakes.
A document of rehabilitation wing of Pakistan's Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority (ERRA) have quoted an "Information Report" from Director General, ISI, predicting earthquake in near future.
The document mentions that 'a large scale earthquake is expected in Indian Ocean in near future which may shake Asian continents including Pakistan.'
The report was posted on Twitter by the former Pakistan ambassador to the US, Husain Haqqani.
ISI predicts earthquake in Indian Ocean. Didn’t know it was #Pakistan’s Geological Survey & Early Earthquake Warning system too. pic.twitter.com/k6bKfgDAnf— Husain Haqqani (@husainhaqqani) November 2, 2017
The social media users were left in splits reading that ISI can predict earthquakes.
ISI got stung by Fake News which has already been busted— Zarnish Kabir (@Zarnishkabir) November 3, 2017
Dear ISI stop scrolling down Social Media for "Information"https://t.co/bT4NHUruj7
ISI ko earthquake ka pata hai pr Usama bin Laden Abbotabad main hai ye ni pata tha— Pirated Kashmiri (@CoffeeMug_) November 3, 2017
kitnay masoom hain na !
Not for nothing is the ISI called the world's most competent spy agency. Here, the guys are predicting, errrr, an earthquake! pic.twitter.com/5EyD48prgh— Ali (@Gaamuk) November 3, 2017