The 2016 G-20 Hangzhou Summit in China saw world leaders coming together and discuss vital issues like terrorism, trade and global governance, among others. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was also present at the event, emphasised how one nation (a clear indication to India’s neighbour Pakistan) in South Asia is spreading agents of terror, disrupting peace in the region.
However, from all of the media coverage of the Summit — the first in China — one stray photo went viral, instantly, and for absolutely hilarious reasons. The picture shows PM Modi walking behind President Barack Obama and whoever the photographer was, managed to get the right frame captured – that showing PM Modi beginning to say something to Obama with a pointed finger. Result? A hilarious photo clicked with perfect timing will end up being fodder for Twitter trolls.
Yes, in no time, the picture of the two leaders were turned into memes and began to make its rounds on social media platforms.