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Pop singer Quratulain Baloch has again taken a dig at the chief of Tehreek-i-Insaf Imran Khan, but this time she has given him some harsh advice. The singer in her tweet has called Khan to speak only when his ‘words are more beautiful than silence’.
Quoting the saying of Imam Ali (A.S) she has asked Khan to be pure in his intentions and thoughts.
Imam Ali (A.S) says: Speak only when your words are more beautiful than silence.
May your word be impeccable #ImranKhan and not be part of the system that you ought to change.
— Quratulain Balouch (@Quratulainb) December 6, 2017
The singer criticized Khan for his duplicity and himself being a part of the system he wishes to change.
However, her tweet attracted lots of criticism. Her twitter was soon poured with the messages of denunciation.
Previously, Baloch used derogatory words for Imran Khan over Aisha Gulalai’s allegation of sexual misconduct on him.
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She faced severe backlash on Twitter that time and this time too the singer wasn’t spared by the Twitterati.
People are unable to understand the reasons for her freshly revealed discontentment for Khan.
Some say her outright criticism on Khan is another publicity stunt and there is no serious rift between the two.
Meanwhile, this is how Twitter reacted to her post:
Practice before u preach!!
Ur words which u v cleverly deleted were impeccable?
— NasreeN (@Nas_k27) December 6, 2017
And what about your words ?? Do you really think a person from an educated family use these words and that too in public ??? Sharam karo bibi kuch
— Sehar Shinwari (@SeharShinwari) December 6, 2017
May be defaming Imran will destroy graph of your fan following
— Asad Buttar (@AsadButtar5) December 6, 2017
Preach what you practise
— خان (@KaliDaal) December 6, 2017
Oh the irony.
— Asfandyar Bhittani (@BhittaniKhannnn) December 6, 2017
Imran Khan has however not yet responded to the lady. It is unclear if he is unaware of her comments about him or has deliberately stuck to ignorance.