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According to this Pakistani passport officer there are 31 days in February
Recently an image has been circulating on social media which is very unusual. The funny part about this image is that it shows the intelligence level of Pakistanis.

The viral image is of a passport issued by the Pakistani consulate in Dubai, in which the validity of the passport has been extended till February 31, 2017. It means that Pakistanis are under the misconception that there are 31 and not 28 days in the month of February.

If someone would have simply uttered it verbally while talking, it still would have been excusable, but what immediately catches attention is that an official put it down in writing on an official document, and that too, a person who has been assigned the responsibility of issuing passports. Well, with such passport officials around, perhaps the people of Pakistan should pray for seeking heavenly intervention.

This passport's photo has taken the social media by storm, leaving Twitteratis in splits. Many took jibes at the neighbouring country by saying that if they can't even manage their calendar, how do we expect them to manage Kashmir.

Although the authenticity of the image has not been verified, even the Pakistani media, including Samma TV has reported the news along with the image of the passport.

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