Twitter Calls Out Imran Khan is becoming like Aamir Liaquat. As Imran Khan makes problematic statements, yet again, Netizens call out his sexism. Even Mathira slammed the former prime minister. Who else called out Imran Khan’s sexist statements? Prime Minister Imran Khan often shares his nostalgic memories and family photos on Instagram. Just recently, the premier shared a photo of his sons, Kasim and Sulaiman and took social media by storm.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) supporters have been struggling to come to terms after Prime Minister Imran Khan was removed from office. However, looks like Shahid Afridi is willing to step in as a substitute. In a recent interview about the political situation in Pakistan, the cricketer stated how Imran Khan has always been his leader. Adding how he now wants to try and be a leader like that.
Imran Khan is becoming the next Amir liaquat.
— Mustafa Chaudhary (@Mustafa_Chdry) May 20, 2022
The man who made sexualized remarks about Maryam Nawaz at a jalsa today is the same guy who said men who are not robots will be sexually provoked by vulgarity. You may call Imran Khan a master of U-Turns, but his misogynistic views have been consistent over the years.
— Ammar Ali Jan (@ammaralijan) May 20, 2022
PML-(N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz recently spotted with son Junaid Safdar at a wedding festivities to celebrate her son’s wedding. The mother-son duo looks absolutely gorgeous together. The grandson of the former Pakistan Muslim League-Noon (PML-N), Nawaz Sharif, looks striking at the event. While Maryam Nawaz also came out in style to celebrate her son’s big moment in a glamorous outfit.
IK in Multan: 'Maryam Nawaz took my name with such jazba and junoon yesterday at her jalsa that I want to tell her: pls be careful….your husband may get upset'. [THIS IS A NEW LOW EVEN FOR IMRAN KHAN]
— Zebunnisa Burki (@zburki) May 20, 2022
Sadly, Imran Khan’s sexist ‘joke’ is very normal here. People share such jokes in their own homes & on WhatsApp groups without thinking twice. He deserves all the criticism he’s receiving & more, but I hope this makes everyone reflect.
— Nida Kirmani (@NidaKirmani) May 21, 2022
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman made misogynistic remarks about Vice President of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N), Maryam Nawaz, while addressing a rally in Multan yesterday. His choice of words were somewhat like.
It’s hard enough to be a woman in this country, but be a woman in the public sphere- this is why. Because men think it’s ok say whatever they want without any regard for decency. People defending this statement of IK’s really need to assess themselves.
— Alia Chughtai (@AliaChughtai) May 20, 2022
You can be daughter of a three times PM, Vice President of party in power, belonging to an elite background, but still you will be target of cheap jokes of a manchild. Nothing can protect women from abuse in Pakistan.
— Jasir Shahbaz (@LahoreMarquez) May 20, 2022
Twitter Calls Out Imran Khan is becoming like Aamir Liaquat
Junaid Safdar’s wedding festivities are happening in Lahore with a list of luxurious events, including Qawali night and family singing jam sessions. Apart from celebration events, Junaid Safdar’s wedding preparations are also in full swing. PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz, with her son, went to prominent Pakistani designer Hassan Sheheryar Yasin, also known as HSY, for fittings on Friday.
Imran khan giving birth to a child outside wedlock is not the fault of that child! She is a young girl now & has her individual rights. Posting her photos instead of this creep man who denied her as his daughter shows your mindset too. Shame on anyone not getting it.
— Meena Gabeena (@gabeeno) May 21, 2022
All those bashing Imran khan for his remarks about Maryam Nawaz, where were you when PMLN was distributing Fake Pictures of Benazir Bhutto, when Jemima was attacked personally for decades & when Bushra Bibi was personally attacked for Years?#MultanJalsa#امپورٹڈ__حکومت___نامنظور
— Eman Tahir Sadiq (@EmanTahirSadiq) May 20, 2022
Minister Imran Khan on Friday met iconic American singer and actress Cher, who has arrived in Pakistan to send off Kaavan, the elephant she has spent years trying to free, before he is moved to a sanctuary in Cambodia on Sunday.