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PTI dissident upset for not invited on stage with Maryam Nawaz

A video of Raja Sagheer being upset with PMLN went viral on social media on Thursday.

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A video of PTI dissident Raja Sagheer being upset with PMLN for not being invited on stage with Maryam Nawaz. Video is going viral on social media. Sagheer, a dissident, is now a PMLN candidate for Punjab by-elections from PP-7 Pindi Kahuta.

A video of Raja Sagheer being upset with PMLN went viral on social media on Thursday. Sagheer left the stage and sat on the roof of the shop adjacent to the shop to record his protest. Sagheer was upset for not being invited on stage along with his three close aides to the stage beside Maryam Nawaz Sharif. The video showed he refused to come on stage when people called him.

PTI leaders are sharing the viral video and calling out Raja Sagheer for ditching Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf and joining the camp of PMLN.

Dr. Arsalan Khalid, focal person to former Prime Minister on Digital Media, said that Raja Sagheer was already losing, and Maryam Nawaz further disgraced Sagheer in the constituency. The incident happened during the public rally of PMLN at Kallar Sayedan.

“Lota (dissident) was already losing badly. Maryam Bibi came from above and insulted him more in the circle. He did not show many affiliations with PML-N, so he did not come on stage. He has sold his conscience due to pressure and now he has no respect anywhere,” said Arsalan Khalid in his tweet.

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Meanwhile, another PTI leader Fayyaz-ul-Hassan Chohan also shared the video. Chohan said that it seems Raja Sagheer has conceded to his defeat against PTI in the by-elections.

Meanwhile, Maryam Nawaz is leading an aggressive and proactive campaign for PMLN in the Punjab by-elections scheduled on 17th July 2022. A close contest is expected in the elections between rivals PTI and PMLN.

On the other hand, PTI leader Imran Khan is also leading massive and impressive public rallies across Punjab.