Turkish songwriter and composer Turgay Evren has penned down a new song named ‘Absolutely Not’ in a tribute to former Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Evren took to his Twitter account and said that the promo of the song will soon be released on his YouTube account. “The teaser demo of our song “Absolutely Not” is with you!… The final version of our song about Imran Khan will be released on my own Youtube Channel with a beautiful clip, inshaAllah, said Evren in his Twitter statement.
Netizens have expressed excitement over the release of a new song related to Imran Khan. Social media users say they are eagerly waiting for the song.
“Thank u very much. The teaser sounds good. It shows the song will b exceptional. It will definitely b a U tube hit Insha Allah,” said a Twitter user.
Another one said, “Amazing sir, already subscribed to your channel, waiting desperately for full song IA.”
Its Amazing♥️♥️ Thank you for ur love nd support ❤️❤️ respect and love from Pakistan🇵🇰🇵🇰 https://t.co/mLXz659jXA
— Javaria (@Javaria17996258) June 11, 2022
“It’s Amazing, Thank you for ur love and support respect, and love from Pakistan,” said a Twitter user while appreciating the effort of Turgay Evren.
The catchphrase of former Prime Minister Imran Khan ‘absolutely not’ had become popular following his interview in which he refused to let Pakistan be used as a base for American operations in Afghanistan. He was asked if he would give bases to which he said ‘absolutely not’.
Amazing sir,already subscribed to ur channel,waiting disperately for full song IA https://t.co/EDFBDs6CYZ
— Mussawir Shah Mohmand🇵🇰 (@MohmandMusavir) June 11, 2022
His statement gained immediate traction on social media as people began discussing his comments. Imran Khan told the interviewer Jonathan Swan that he would “absolutely not” allow the USA to conduct cross-border counter-terrorism missions in Afghanistan.
Meanwhile, Imran Khan is out of the government following the success of the No Confidence Motion against him. Since his ouster, Imran Khan has organized widespread public rallies in different cities of Pakistan. He even led a Long March from KPK to Islamabad calling for the immediate elections.