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Amir Liaqat under fire on Twitter after controversial tweet

Amir Liaqat has been severely lamented on Twitter after posting a controversial tweet on the platform regarding the 'Gujjaranwala jalsa'

Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf leader Amir Liaqat Hussain received flak on Twitter for a disgraceful tweet against the female opposition member.

Liaquat had put up an unpleasant image of PMLN leader Uzma Bukhari on his Twitter account yesterday. The distasteful tweet of Liaquat left severe people offended on social media. The notable personalities shamed Liaquat for undermining his stature of a religious scholar by disgracing women. Not only social rights activist but state representatives too condemned the post of Hussain.

The netizens demanded the religious scholar and PTI MNA from Karachi to take down the tweet immediately and apologize. They also demanded Prime Minister Imran Khan take strict action against him.

People ask for the removal of the Amir Liaqat’s tweet

“Very very sad to see this filth coming from a person who brands himself as a religious scholar,” wrote rights activist Marvi Sirmed on Twitter.

“Below the belt and disgusting tweet.
DELETE IT,” commented Azhar Mashwani on Liaquat’s tweet.

Read more: Maryam Nawaz is an ill-mannered woman: Amir Liaqat

However, both sides-government and opposition-traded scathing remarks on Friday night as the country’s political landscape flared up with the rally of the coalition of opposition parties in Gujranwala.

On the other hand, Pakistan People’s Party chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is receiving criticism on social media for smearing First Lady Samina Alvi by calling her ‘witch’ in his Friday night speech at the Pakistan Democratic Movement rally in Gujranwala.

Bhutto, in his charged up speech, accused the First Lady of interfering in the politics purportedly through trickery. His unpleasant comments have garnered intense reactions on social media. Netizens, including the senior leadership of Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf (PTI), slammed Bhutto for voicing distasteful remarks against a woman.

GVS News Desk