Chor-chor slogans to welcome Pakistani Prime Minister in Saudi Arabia

Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif along with his delegation is on a three-day official visit to Saudi Arabia

Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif is on a three-day official visit to Saudi Arabia along with his delegation. During this, slogans of Chor-chor were raised at Masjid-e-Nabawi in Medina after seeing the delegation led by the PM. Now a video of this incident is going viral on the social media platform. In this video, hundreds of people can be seen raising slogans of ‘chor chor’ while the delegation was coming to Masjid-e-Nabawi. At present, the police have arrested those who raised the slogans.

Let us tell you that in the video circulating on social media, Information Minister Maryam Aurangzeb and National Assembly member Shahzain Bugti were seen along with others. According to a Pakistani newspaper, Aurangzeb has indirectly blamed ousted Imran Khan for this protest.

Let us inform that Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has come with dozens of officials and political leaders on his first three-day official visit to Saudi Arabia. Taking to Twitter and sharing the video about the incident, a user wrote, “Proud Pakistanis, please be glad to see our PM and his gang of Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) criminals getting such a wonderful welcome in Saudi Arabia.”

Significantly, Pakistan recently witnessed a political coup and Prime Minister Imran Khan had to step down from the throne. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan could not get a trust vote for his government in the National Assembly, due to which he had to withdraw and now Shahbaz Sharif is the Prime Minister.

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Bikram Singh Sidhu

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