Indian Pilots Are Becoming Dumber, Think the Time Has Reversed Before Subcontinent

Disclaimer: This is Indian plane lands in Karachi spoof article. The facts have completely been made up. This just in, the Indian pilots are facing a severe form of dementia which has led them to believe that the time as somehow reversed.

Disclaimer: This is Indian plane lands in Karachi spoof article. The facts have completely been made up.

This just in, the Indian pilots are facing a severe form of dementia which has led them to believe that the time as somehow reversed. This is the fifth time that an Indian plane has landed on the airport of Karachi.

“We have no idea of what is going on. One moment, we leave behind the Indian soil for take-off, the next moment, we are in air and then realize that we don’t know how to fly,” said the senior pilot. When asked about the training, he said, “We follow only the best protocols for training. We watch all the You Tube videos, give pop quizzes about how to fly the plane and then one night before, we jump into the planes and pray to God to drive the plane. The planes then drive themselves on the autopilot.”

However, the media had to dig deeper as the news about pilot’s competency was completely bogus. The senior pilot was fired, and the actual news was covered that explained the following statements.

“Actually it is not the subpar training at all. It is the result of strange poisonous gas that our airplanes leak. It makes all our attendants and passengers along with other people think like they have travelled back in time. And they are now looking at subcontinent before 1947. The freak out at the sight of plane and then the autopilot lands them on the next safe spot which happens to be Pakistani airport, and for some reason, it is Karachi. We don’t understand why!” explained the commander in chief.

In another news, the Indian president has smelled the gas and is now claiming to be the reincarnation of Queen Victoria.

Written by Awais Ali Shah

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