Twitter User Tries To Troll Aadhar’s Twitter Account And Their Sass Catches Everyone Offguard

So Aadhar cards are now a thing. Because people looked at a PAN number and thought – that number is way too easy to memorize.

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But, despite minor inconveniences, the unique identity number resolves more issues than it creates. But India can’t really be grateful about anything, including the Aadhar Card without trolling online. (H/t)

Which is exactly what a Twitter user tried to do to Aadhar’s official Twitter account, @UIDAI. It all began with a Tweet on the 30th of September, celebrating the occasion of Dushera. The UIDAI tweeted about ten facets of good governance using Ravan’s head. 

But Twitter user @Stupidosaur thought he’d ask a fairly poignant question – how in the world does on handle Raavan’s Aadhar? Does he get 10 numbers? Or one number with a poor official being forced to take 10 photos of a disgruntled King?

But as Indian police departments and Sushma Swaraj have proved, never underestimate how sassy our Government departments can get over Twitter.

Technically, Raavan is a citizen of Sri Lanka, so he really isn’t eligible. Kudos to the UIDAI account for coming up with a sick burn we can only come up with after running the conversation through our head at least 6 times.

Twitter agrees too, showering the account with praise. With one particular comment catching their attention –

But amidst all of this, there has been another important question raised.

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Mehernaz Patel

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