Malik, who is Former Interior Minister of Pakistan, Chairman Senate Standing Committee, has very openly been critical of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's political moves, including the communication ban on Kashmir and abrogation of Article 370 and Article 35A in the state.
It was in one of these tweets criticizing the move, that he quoted a tweet by ANI on the situation in Srinagar. While trying to tag Narendra Modi and the United Nations Organizations, he ended up tagging UNO, the game instead.
For those who have missed out on this game that temporarily made games among friends an Olympic match, and friends turn foes if they used a 'Draw 4' against you, UNO is a multiplayer card game where you try to match colours and numbers and eventually end up with the least amount of cards in your hand.
It was the official Twitter handle of this card game that Mailk ended up tagging.
Netizens, however, did not miss this gaffe.
Bawri buch Senator, first think above UnO game and then tweet. @ImranKhanPTI aise bewakoof paal rakhe hai tumne— Paresh सोनी (@Royally_Indian) August 26, 2019
He tagged the UNO Game instead of United Nations https://t.co/s2rLvpF1zL— Aditya (@Aditya45360878) August 26, 2019
He has tagged UNO Game— Mangesh (@mangeshrlad) August 26, 2019
He may be referring to brutalities of Draw 4 Card during 'UNO' time and require urgent attention by @realUNOgame .! For @SenRehmanMalik these are some serious issues to be discuss on twitter. https://t.co/SSTyfVKJ7N— Jinay Kothari (@kotharijinay) August 26, 2019
ex minister ko U.N. and UNO game me diffrence nahi pata 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 saab ke sab idiots bhare pade hai https://t.co/XoLxeCBQCz— bina adhvaryu 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳 (@binaadhvaryu) August 26, 2019
Uno😂😂😂😂 https://t.co/t5DKJt5cgc— LEO (@leox9x) August 26, 2019
Contrary to the game UNO, on the Internet, people will not choose the option to 'Skip' if they can.