Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, April 1
Comedian Kapil Sharma recently schooled social media users who thought that Chandigarh, a Union Territory, is a part of Punjab state.
The comedian shared a flyer on his social media account and informed his followers that some people he knew were arranging food for the needy amid coronavirus outbreak.
"Attached with the post here are two numbers. If anyone in Punjab and Chandigarh has problem in availing food services can contact these numbers. Some of my friends there are arranging food for the underprivileged. I congratulate them for their actions. God bless you," read Kapil's caption.
To this, one user wrote, "Chandigarh Punjab mein hi toh aata hai (Chandigarh is a part of Punjab)."
Kapil replied: "No my learned friend. Punjab is a state and Chandigarh is a Union Territory. Google it."
Chandigarh city is shared as a capital between Punjab and Haryana.
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