11 June, 2021

Imran's former adviser slaps MP in live TV show; The train crash and the power cut issue both sparked controversy

Firdous Aashiq Awan, a former adviser to Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan and the current CM of Punjab province, is once again embroiled in controversy. Firdaus arrived on a channel's debate show on Wednesday night, which was also attended by Pakistan People's Party MP Qadir Khan. Qadir mentioned last week's train accident. In which 67 people were killed. In addition, Qadir also mentioned the issue of power cuts in Pakistan which resulted in the eruption of Firdosh Awan. She grabbed Qadir's robe and slapped him during the live show. This video is going very viral on social media.

People in Pakistan are suffering from scorching heat at the moment. Electricity problem has arisen in almost all the cities of the country. The power outage lasted for four hours last month when the grid malfunctioned. Many cities, including Karachi, were without power for 20 hours. There was a train accident in Ghotki last week. 67 people were killed and more than 500 were injured. The government did not even take the initiative to investigate. Now the public and the opposition are raising questions about this and have also silenced Imran. On the other hand, members of his party are fighting against the opposition.

Opposition MP Qadir Khan was present on the live show 'Express TV' on Wednesday night. The show was hosted by Javed Chaudhary. External Affairs Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi also lost control of the show two months ago. Firdosh Awan was outraged when questions were raised about the train accident and power outage. At first she kept talking loudly, then she got up. Which also caused Shaw's anchor to rise. First Firdaus grabbed Qadir's robe and then suddenly slapped him.

Qadir alleged that Firdosh Awan's name also came up in the bus scam, so he was removed from the federal cabinet and sent to the Punjab government. Awan was accused of displaying one-sided news in front of the media. Qadir expressed his desire to apologize to Awan before the country.

"We have the highest sales in Kashmir and India (to make statements on this)," Awan said in an interview in January. This is how we raise these issues. Firdosh Awan arrived at a market in Lahore a few days before Eid last month. There she abused a female assistant commissioner. Jenny also criticized Imran.

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