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Faisal Vawda snubs journalist Matiullah Jan for questioning dual nationality

The unapologetic Faisal Vawda also shared the video on his Twitter account. “Vultures of media/fake news propagandists like Matiullah Jan exposed," said Vawda on Twitter.

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Video of Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf leader, Faisal Vawda, having an altercation with the journalist Matiullah Jan reportedly outside the Election Commission of Pakistan in Islamabad has gone viral on social media.

The reporter had asked questions about when did he surrender his American citizenship. To which, Vawda did not reply. He accused the journalist of spreading misinformation regarding him in his videos on social media. The senator also sarcastically advised journalists to spice up his videos with fake information and if that’s not enough he can add in Shan Masala to further discredit him among people.

The unapologetic Faisal Vawda also shared the video on his Twitter account. “Vultures of media/fake news propagandists like Matiullah Jan exposed. I will keep exposing others too,” wrote Vawda in a tweet.

 

In response to the question, Vawda asked the journalist and to continue to spread fake information against him and let him do his work. He added that he knows the journalists need the information for his sensational vlogs.

The incident happened when Faisal Vawda has appeared for the hearing of his case on dual nationality.

Read more: Cabinet Division de-notifies Faisal Vawda as Federal Minister

Senator Faisal Vawda has been trending atop on social media soon after the video went viral on Twitter.

A score of social media users including the advocates of Prime Minister Imran Khan believes the senator should have avoided the questions instead of engaging in an argument with the journalist.

While others appreciated him for snubbing the journalist publically.

Meanwhile, the minister seeks dismissal of the petitions filed against him in ECP. His counsel, Barrister Moid argued that his client has already resigned from National Assembly.

“If I have made a mistake hang me, but before it hear me,” Vawda said heatedly in the hearing. “I was made the victim of politics and an effort made to malign me,” he said. “I have a career, family, and an effort made to disrepute me,” Vawda added while recording his protest in the hearing.