Delhi police troll Pakistani Actress

The Delhi Police on Tuesday gave it back to the Pakistani actress Sehar Shinwari, who wanted to file a complaint against Indian Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi and e Research and Analysis Wing or R&AW chief for allegedly spreading chaos in her country.

Sehar Shinwari wants to file a case against Prime Minister Modi

Yes, you read that right. Amid all the political crisis in Pakistan, actress Sehar Shinwari has blamed the Indian Prime Minister. Shinwari’s tweet came after former Prime Minister Imran Khan was arrested by Pakistan’s anti-corruption agency at Islamabad high court on Tuesday. The arrest led to widespread violent protests around the country.


On Tuesday, Shinwari took to her micro-blogging site and tagged Delhi Police and wrote that she wanted to file a complaint against Prime Minister Modi and India’s intelligence agency RAW for spreading terrorism in Pakistan.

Sehar-Shinwari Pakistani actress
Sehar Shinwari/Twitter

In her tweet, she also hoped that the Supreme Court of India would provide justice to her. She wrote:

“Anyone knows the online link of Delhi Police? I have to file a complaint against Indian PM & Indian Intelligence Agency RAW who are spreading chaos and terrorism in my country Pakistan. If the Indian courts are free (As they claim) then I am sure Indian Supreme Court will provide me justice,”

Her tweet went viral in no time and was flooded with hilarious reactions from the Indians, who are trolling her left, right and center under her Tweet. However, the reply that stole all the attention came from the Delhi Police.


Delhi Police gave an epic reply to Pakistani actress

Yes, Delhi Police was quick to notice the Tweet and come up with an epic reply. In response, Delhi Police took a hilarious jibe at Sehar Shinwari. They wrote that they still do not have jurisdiction in Pakistan. The Tweet read:

“We are afraid we still do not have jurisdiction in Pakistan. But, would like to know how come you are tweeting when the internet has been shut down in your country!”

It has to be noted that the mobile broadband services have been blocked across Pakistan since yesterday after videos and pictures of violent protests were shared on social media leading to unrest after the arrest of former Pakistan captain and Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Imram Khan was arrested by Rangers in connection with a warrant issued by the National Accountability Bureau in the Al-Qadir Trust case.

Netizens hilariously reacts to the incident