A senior leader of PTI Asad Umar clarifies viral video having an argument with Hammad Azhar. He said he was angry because the generator went dysfunctional and another one was taking a long to arrive.
A video of Asad Umar having a heated argument with Hammad Azhar went viral on social media. Speculations were raised regarding the rift between the PTI leaders. PTI Chairman Imran Khan and Shah Mehmood Qureshi were also seen standing with them in the video. PTI leadership was targeted by opponents and critics following the video.
tag yourself. I’m IK when there’s a fight around me 😂pic.twitter.com/nrgu2eI3ln
— its me. hi. im the problem. its me. (@Scrivenshaft_) October 29, 2022
This prompted Asad Umar to issue a clarification on Twitter. In his Twitter post, he said, “They are shocked to see yesterday’s Lahore show solidarity with their captain [Imran Khan] and determination for real freedom. There is a clip circulating about possible differences. I was only angry because the generator had broken down and the second one was taking longer to arrive.”
کل کے لاہور کا اپنے کپتان کے ساتھ اظہار یکجہتی اور حقیقی آزادی کا عزم دیکھ کر یہ گھبرا گئے ہیں. میرا ایک کلپ چلا رہے ہیں کے اختلافات ہو گئے. اللہ کے بندوں اس وقت مجھے غصہ اس بات پر تھا کے جنریٹر خراب ہو گیا تھا اور دوسرا آنے میں دیر ہو رہی تھی 😊 #حقیقی_آزادی_مارچ
— Asad Umar (@Asad_Umar) October 29, 2022
Lahore gave a massive response to Imran Khan during the first day of Long March he started Friday.
Videos of impressive scenes from Lahore are going viral on social media. In the videos, Imran Khan along with senior party leaders, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Asad Umar, Fawad Chaudhry, Ali Zaidi, Shafqat Mahmood, Faisal Javed Khan, Sheikh Rasheed, Mian Mahmood ur Rasheed, Musarat Cheema, and other leaders can be seen on containers.
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Addressing the participants before heading towards Islamabad, Imran Khan said the time has come to start the journey for Haqiqi Azadi (real freedom). The motive of the march is not personal or political but to free the nation from slavery, the former premier maintained.
He also said that decisions regarding Pakistan should be taken here not in Washington. No one should direct Pakistan to join others’ wars. The people of the country are facing the worst inflation because thieves are ruling the country.
Imran Khan said the demand for fair and transparent elections in the country is not unconditional.