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“CAT FILTER” MISTAKENLY SWITCHED ON IN PAKISTANI MINISTER’S LIVE BROADCASTING

A press conference of a Pakistani politician turned out into a “laughter show” when a “cat filter” was accidentally turned on while the live session.

A “Cat Filter” basically a tool which began on Snapchat, basically superimposes itself onto what it can distinguish as a human face. The Cat Filter, which comprises of two cat ears, hairs, and a catch nose. Alongside simply existing, it additionally changes with people groups faces as it moves, and adjusts to include its highlights onto the face.

It is told that the press conference was called by Mr. Shaukat Yousafzai- the minister of  Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province and was giving the briefings in the live streaming on “Facebook” when the setting was switched on by mistake but he continued unknowingly.

Mr. Yousafzai later stated, “It was a mistake that should not be taken so seriously.”

“I wasn’t the only one – the two officials sitting along me were also hit by the cat filter,” he added.

Soon after being acknowledged, the government official ordered to look into the matter to avoid such “Errors” to occur in future and later it was told that all the essential majors have been taken to be more careful ahead.

The video that was uploaded on the official Facebook page of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), was also removed after the news conference within minutes.

After being viral on the social media people have given funny remarks on the pictures of the provisional ministers

“CAT FILTER” MISTAKENLY SWITCHED ON IN PAKISTANI MINISTER’S LIVE BROADCASTING

“CAT FILTER” MISTAKENLY SWITCHED ON IN PAKISTANI MINISTER’S LIVE BROADCASTING

“CAT FILTER” MISTAKENLY SWITCHED ON IN PAKISTANI MINISTER’S LIVE BROADCASTING

“CAT FILTER” MISTAKENLY SWITCHED ON IN PAKISTANI MINISTER’S LIVE BROADCASTING

“CAT FILTER” MISTAKENLY SWITCHED ON IN PAKISTANI MINISTER’S LIVE BROADCASTING

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