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Thursday, May 23, 2024

CM Maryam Nawaz mixes up English Grammar with Geography

CM Punjab Maryam Nawaz is grabbing attention on social media for another gaffe of mixing up English grammar and Geography during her visit to the girl’s school this morning.

A video of Nawaz’s gaffe has gone viral on social media. The video shows Maryam Nawaz walking into the classroom and greeting the children. She asked one of the students in the class what are they studying, she said, “Conjunction.”  Another girl said, ‘English Grammar’. Responding to them back she said, ‘Oh, Geography’.

Social media users are expressing bewilderment at her gaffe. The video has been widely shared on social media since Monday morning. Maryam Nawaz was on a surprise visit to a school. Later, she sat beside the girl in the classroom and monitored the class and the teacher.

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Earlier, she stoked another controversy when she was seen setting the scarf of a female police officer during her visit to Safe City Punjab.

Read more: Maryam Nawaz receives flak for setting the scarf of lady Police officer.

A video with an inspirational song in the background went viral on social media. The video showed Maryam Nawaz standing behind the female police official who was explaining her tasks. During the conversation, the scarf of the police official slips from her head. A few moments later, Maryam Nawaz sets the scarf of the lady on her head.

Social media stands divided on the matter. Some appreciated her move while others called it a ‘useless PR stunt’. Several users have criticized her for breaching the personal space of female police officers. Others said that her focus should have been on her work and not on the scarf of the female police officer.

Some of them argued that the Police officer could have set the scarf herself later. A group of users pointed out that there was no need for Maryam Nawaz to set the scarf of the lady when half of her head is exposed despite wearing a dupatta that is tied to her bun.