Netizen edits video of PM Imran Khan driving with song ‘Amplifier’

The light-hearted video of PM Imran Khan driving with the song "Amplifier" playing in the background garnered immense attention and hilarious reactions on Twitter.

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An edited video of Prime Minister Imran Khan driving a car with the song Amplifier playing in the background has gone viral on social media on Monday.

A social media user edited the video of PM Imran Khan driving the car during his visit to different areas of Islamabad on Sunday with the song ‘Amplifier’ sung by British singer, Imran Khan. The light-hearted video garnered immense attention and hilarious reactions on Twitter.

The social media user sharing the video on Twitter wrote: “Amplifier by Imran Khan is such a vibe.”  Other netizens posted the hilarious suggestion of editing the video of PM Imran Khan with the song ‘Bewafa’ sung by the same singer.

Prime Minister Imran Khan Sunday visited the food markets and stalls and enquired about the sales from fruit and vegetable vendors. He also monitored the implementation of COVID-19 SOPs in Islamabad.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan has always been against the ‘VIP culture’ hence following his own words he went for a day-long visit in the city along with his few advisors and assistants.

His video of driving himself across the city without security protocol was heavily shared on social media. Social media users praised the concerns of PM Imran Khan for the citizens. During his visit, he interacted with the people and asked them to strictly follow the COVID-19 SOPs.

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In G-11, he visited the modular carts placed under the Ehsaas program’s Rehri Ban initiative. Senator Faisal Javed Khan shared the video of the Prime Minister Imran Khan driving the car on his Twitter account. Senator said, PM Imran Khan “stopped at every signal” and waited for the traffic light to turn green.

“Others should put an end to the VIP culture in the same manner,” he said in a tweet.

 



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