Pakistan's ISI predicts an earthquake and Twitterati can't stop laughing

Many on the microblogging site took a dig at Pakistan's intelligence agency for predicting earthquakes but failing to track PoK terror camps

Pakistan’s ISI (Inter-Service Intelligence) was able to do something that even the best of seismologists find difficult doing – predict an earthquake coming. Husain Haqqani, the former Pakistan ambassador to the US, posted an Information Report from Rehabilitation Wing of Pakistan’s Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority (ERRA) on Twitter that predicted the ‘likelihood of large-scale earthquake’ which had the capacity to ‘vigorously shake the Asian continental areas, including Pakistan’.

Twitter had a field day with many Tweeps confused about the circular which allegedly came from the Directorate General of ISI. Many questioned the intelligence agency’s competency. Take a look at some of the reactions:

One user suggested that ISI might have fallen into the trap of fake news.

Another user even took a dig at ISI for being able to predict an earthquake but ignored the presence of terror camps in Pakistan occupied Kashmir.

One of the users also expressed their shock at being able to predict earthquakes but having failed to determine the whereabouts of former Al Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden.

Meanwhile, intelligence agencies recently sounded an alert that ISI may plan 26/11 style terror attacks ahead of the Gujarat elections.

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