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PMLN targets Careem Pakistan for now-deleted tweet

Soon Careem deleted the tweet and clarified that the tweet did not target any political party or was in any sort related to the political situation of the country.

Ride-hailing service Careem Pakistan clarified its recently deleted tweet that attracted anger from PMLN.

Careem tweeted the widely popular phrase these days, “Program to war gaya” which translates to ‘Program gone bust’ on its social media. Assuming the tweet targeted their abysmal performance in the election, the social media of PMLN started targeting Careem Pakistan calling for their boycott.

Soon Careem deleted the tweet and clarified that the tweet did not target any political party or was in any sort related to the political situation of the country.

The catchphrase was first introduced by PTI leader Sher Afzal Marwat following his brawl with PMLN leader Senator Afnanullah on Javed Chaudhry’s show Kaal Tak on ExpressNews.

Later on when asked about what happened to the program, Marwat said the now-widely popular catchphrase, ‘Program to War Gaya’. While calling out Careem Pakistan, PMLN said: “This isn’t the first time they have done this. @CareemPAK showing its true colors again. More interested in pushing political agendas. Shameful.”

PMLN Supremo Nawaz Sharif has nominated Shehbaz Sharif for the premiership and Maryam Nawaz for the Chief Minister of Punjab post.

Voters and supporters of PTI have flourished on social media with hilarious memes and commentary targeting the followers and supporters of PMLN. During election campaigns, Nawaz Sharif was hailed as the party’s candidate for premiership.

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PMLN Supremo Nawaz Sharif has nominated Shehbaz Sharif for the premiership and Maryam Nawaz for the Chief Minister of Punjab post.

Voters and supporters of PTI have flourished on social media with hilarious memes and commentary targeting the followers and supporters of PMLN. During election campaigns, Nawaz Sharif was hailed as the party’s candidate for premiership.

A large number of PMLN supporters were dejected and depressed with how the events unfolded, forcing Nawaz Sharif to step back from the premiership.