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PM Khan’s Son, Suleiman watches Pak Vs SA match at Lord’s

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Yesterday, Pakistani fans were in massive attendance at Lord’s stadium in a decisive match against South Africa in the ICC World Cup. The fans expressed tremendous support and cheered the team towards an emphatic 49-run win against the Proteas.

Prime Minister Imran Khan’s son Suleiman Khan, Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, DG ISPR Asif Ghafoor, and IG Sindh Kaleem Imam were spotted in the stadium watching the match. British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt accompanied COAS Bajwa and DG ISPR.

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In a separate video circulating on social media, PM Khan’s son Suleiman was spotted entering the stadium with his friends. He was seen talking to his companions avoiding media interaction despite being approached by several journalists.

In a video, circulating on social media, the COAS was seen entering the stadium without any security protocol. He himself showed his entry ticket and greeted a group of Pakistanis chanting ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ at the entrance.

Meanwhile, some netizens disputed against the COAS and DG ISPR attending the match, asking who sponsored their expensive tickets. They questioned whether the amount was paid from the taxpayer’s money, as ANP’s Bushra Gohar called out DG ISPR on Twitter and demanded that tells the nation about who paid for their visit. DG ISPR countered the criticism by asking her to refrain from jeopardizing their visit and enjoy the win.

The army chief is in the United Kingdom on an official visit for meetings with senior British civil-military leadership.

Other videos circulating on social media shows the Lord’s stadium echoed with beats of ‘Dil Dil Pakistan’ as exhilarated fans enjoyed every bit of the match despite waves of harsh criticism directed towards the Pakistani team after a humiliating defeat against India.

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