When the Pakistani Finance Minister reached America, the slogan of “chor – chor” was going viral.
हिन्दी में पढ़ने के लिए यहां क्लिक करें 👈🏿
Slogans of thieves were raised against a minister of Pakistan in America. This time in America, people raised slogans against Pakistan’s Finance Minister Ishaq Dar. People raised slogans of thieves at an airport in America. He told them – you are a liar. Ishaq Dar is on a visit to the US to attend the IMF meeting. People raised slogans against him while coming out of the airport. The video of this incident is going viral on social media.
It is seen in the video that the minister is asking people to keep quiet during this time but people are not stopping to oppose him. On this, one of his companions accompanying the minister started abusing the people. He said keep your mouth shut. don’t shout
फिर पाकिस्तान की 'इंटरनेशनल बेइज्जती', एयरपोर्ट पर लोगों ने पाक के वित्त मंत्री को देख 'चोर-चोर' के लगाए नारे #Pakistan #ViralVideo #FinanceMinister pic.twitter.com/BVdlCiyIs9— Zee News (@ZeeNews) October 14, 2022
Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif was on a visit to Saudi Arabia in April. When Shahbaz Sharif was entering the Masjid-e-Nabawi in Medina, people started shouting slogans of thieves. However, the people who raised the slogans were arrested. The video of this incident with him went viral.
According to ANI, Pakistan PM Shahbaz Sharif was accompanied by Information Minister Maryam Aurangzeb and National Assembly member Shahzain Bugti. According to the Pakistani newspaper, Aurangzeb, without naming names, blamed Imran Khan for this protest.
Last month, slogans were raised in London against Pakistan’s Information Minister and Nawaz Sharif‘s daughter Maryam Aurangzeb. The video of his tragedy went viral. She was going to a coffee shop when Pakistanis living there surrounded her and started raising slogans against her. According to media reports, people were criticizing the minister for going on a foreign trip amid the floods in Pakistan. He was raising slogans of ‘chorni, chorni’ against them.