Fayyaz-ul-Hassan Chohan, Punjab Minister for Prisons and Spokesperson, can be seen cutting the ribbon with teeth in a viral video.
The minister was seen inaugurating a shop in his constituency. According to the details, the minister reached the electronics shop for the inauguration in his constituency. The scissor, however, failed to cut the ribbon, and instead, the minister used his teeth to cut the ribbon. The video of the minister immediately went viral on social media attracting mixed reactions from the netizens.
The netizens say he apparently used his teeth to save the owner of the shop from embarrassment. As he cut the ribbon with teeth, people surrounding him laughed.
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Pakistan's Provisional Minister of Punjab for Prisons and colonies Fayyaz ul Hassan Chohan was doing an inauguration. Unable to cut the ribbon with a blunt scissor, he got the job done with his teeth pic.twitter.com/pj76m9rCN6
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Fayyaz-ul-Hassan Chohan’s insensitive comments
Back in 2020, Fayyaz-ul-Hassan Chohan, when he was the Punjab provincial minister for Information and Culture, had received massive backlash on social media for passing insensitive and hurtful remarks against differently-abled people.
While warning the shopowners for hoarding masks and sanitizers or any other product needed to protect from the pandemic coronavirus in a press conference he ended up calling differently-abled people a god’s punishment and misquoted verses from Quran in a press conference.
He was trying to fear the miscreants for illegal hoarding and artificially pulling up the prices of the commodities from the wrath of God.
“Whoever adopts an idealogy like “Apna sub kuch banta, bhaar mein jaye janta” (I am entitled to everything, forget about other people), God punishes them, and we see that in our society such as handicapped and differently-abled children being born,” the aggressive PTI leader said in the statement.
Soon, PTI’s federal minister for Human Rights, Shireen Mazari took to her Twitter account and slammed Fayyaz ul Hassan Chohan in a tweet. Later he issued an apologetic video, in which he clarified that he did not intend to hurt the sentiments of disabled people.