It does not happen quite often that accidentally people in power messes things on social media but when it does, it becomes a talking point because it is hilarious. The one on the receiving end of all the jokes is the official Facebook handle of the Ministry of Home Affairs.
The official handle of the Ministry of Home Affairs accidentally shared a picture of a whiskey bottle along with Chakna while the post was meant to talk about the relief work of West Bengal Cyclone. The handle also shared the pictures of the relief work along with the picture of the Whiskey bottle. The caption said,
“NDRF continues restoration at Deulpur, Panchla Block, Howrah District, West Bengal.”
However, the post was deleted soon but the netizens have already taken the screenshots. Here are the reactions on Twitter.
Who's handling Ministry of Home Affairs Facebook page? Post deleted. pic.twitter.com/3jlr9OjZRt
— Mohammed Zubair (@zoo_bear) May 28, 2020
You'd think employees of the Ministry of Home Affair would atleast be drinking atleast VAT69 or 100 Pipers.
India should be ashamed. https://t.co/N98di1lKnS
— Parthshri Arora (@parthsarora) May 28, 2020
Royal Stag Tonic..🥃🥂🥃🥂🥃🥂 https://t.co/lP6UveRVMs
— आत्मनिर्भर -Soul of India (@CrimeMasterGojo) May 28, 2020
It is restoration after all. 😅😅
— आत्मनिर्भर Shrink (@UrbanShrink) May 28, 2020
I almost feel sorry for the person.
— Gargi Rawat (@GargiRawat) May 28, 2020
Posted by Ministry of Home Affairs, now we know what he is doing at home. 🤭 https://t.co/EHHThlivqk
— Alisha Bari (@BariAlisha) May 28, 2020
Mha sources: This is an inadvertent mistake on part of the member handling the MHA page. There was a mix up on personal & MHA Page or perhaps inadvertant page selection. The person handling the handle has apologised in written. The picture was removed at 9:32am.
— kamaljit sandhu (@kamaljitsandhu) May 28, 2020
I have a bigger concern. Royal Stag? Seriously? https://t.co/yOIL9qXIJn
— Parth MN (@parthpunter) May 28, 2020
Very less paid for sure.. Seriously Royal Stag peeta hai handler .. 🤦🤦
— Kill Bill Pandey (@Kill_BillPandey) May 28, 2020
They misunderstood what 'home affairs' meant https://t.co/0rhgS90xh5
— Hamza Lakdawala (@hmlakdawala) May 28, 2020
I have no idea why this was deleted. Royal Stag is a key component of many an Indian crisis management initiative. Its restorative powers are well known. Glad someone in the Home Ministry is finally getting her/his priorities right. https://t.co/DTtC51P2hp
— Rishi Majumder (@RishiMajumder) May 28, 2020