On August 14, Pakistan’s independence day, the U.S. Census Bureau issued a tweet congratulating Pakistan. However, the picture on Twitter is an Indian flag. < / P > < p > “Pakistan Independence Day (1947): August 14, 2020,” the tweet read. However, according to the screenshots of many netizens, the US Census Bureau used the Indian flag in this congratulatory tweet. < / P > < p > some netizens also wondered, “why does the U.S. Census Bureau launch a tweet on Independence Day in other countries? Do they have nothing to do? Can’t we count the population of the United States? ” In 1947, under the consultation of British colonial authorities and local political forces in South Asia, India and Pakistan re demarcated their territory, which was known as “partition of India and Pakistan”. According to the historical and official identification of Pakistan, August 14 is designated as “Pakistan Independence Day”. As the Indian authorities designated August 15 the next day as “Indian Independence Day”, this “Congratulation” of the US Census Bureau may have confused the “Independence Day” of the two countries.