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Anwar Maqsood grabs attention with hilarious digs at elections, politics

He said that while the Pathaan movie made record business in India, in Pakistan a ‘Pathaan’ is targeted with FIRs and cases.

Anwar Maqsood is once again making rounds on social media for his hilarious digs at the current political situation in Pakistan at the recent literature festival in Lahore.

He said that while the Pathaan movie made record business in India, in Pakistan a ‘Pathaan’ is targeted with FIRs and cases. He probably referred to the PTI leader and Former Prime Minister Imran Khan. Adding that, success cannot be foreseen for the Pakistani Pathaan in the current system. However, the success of the Pakistani Pathaan in the upcoming elections seems more than the success of the Indian Pathaan.

Maqsood asserted that his country, Pakistan is ranked 2nd in terms of producing ‘Namak’ (salt) but comes first in when producing ‘unfaithful’ people.

In another clip going viral on social media, he said that spring season is arriving in Lahore but the people of Lahore are desperately waiting for the arrival of election season. However, not even the sitting government or the election commission knows the future of elections.

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The clips of his speech are going viral on social media. According to netizens, the crowd cheered the satirical takes of Anwar Maqsood on the current political situation in Pakistan.

Social media users are appreciating Anwar Maqsood for taking a courageous yet hilarious dig at Punjab Police. He said that he is afraid of Punjab Police. The writer said he is 83 and does not want to risk his dignity at the hands of the Punjab Police by saying anything wrong.

Anwar Maqsood once again received huge applause from the crowd for his comments on Punjab Police. Social media users are appreciating the geniuses of Anwar Maqsood for aptly describing the political situation in Pakistan with his witty remarks at Pakistan Literature Festival. Anwar Maqsood’s session was a much-awaited session when he took the stage, the audience gave him a standing ovation.