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You will get so many slaps your real face will show: PTI's Gandapur attacks Maryam

اپ ڈیٹ 24 جولائ 2021
PTI minister Ali Amin Gandapur has been criticized for his use of foul language against opponents. Screen grab from TV
PTI minister Ali Amin Gandapur has been criticized for his use of foul language against opponents. Screen grab from TV

Despite being told by the Election Commission to leave AJK, PTI's federal minister Ali Amin Gandapur spared no punches in his latest attack on opposition leaders on Friday. Addressing a rally, he said his reply to Maryam's oft quoted slogan of "jaisa moonh, vaisa thappar," is that he knows so many things that she will get so many slaps for using "our money to get 8 crores surgery" that her real face will become visible.

Continuing his attacks, he addressed Maryam saying her grandfather was a "lohar" and her father, Nawaz Sharif had invited India's prime minister Narendra Modi to her daughter's wedding. "Why didn't you care then about what Modi was doing to Kashmiris?" Gandapur said at the rally. He continued his address to Maryam saying how she wore 32 kilos of gold at that wedding bought with "our money."

Gandapur did not spare Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, saying he was raised on his father's ill-gotten wealth. Using a feminine voice when talking about him, he attacked the PPP chairman for traveling to the US at a time when Imran Khan stood his ground and refused Americans to have bases in the country. "Zardari went to the US in the hope of securing a job and was unable to meet anyone important in the 10-days he was there," Gandapur said.

He asked the audience not to vote for the children of looters and dacoits.

The federal minister spoke ahead of Prime Minister Imran Khan who was on stage as Gandapur addressed the rally.

Social media users took to Twitter to slam Gandapur's remarks against Maryam.