Aamir Liaquat Recreates ‘Kaisa Diya’ Video To Troll PTI Opponents

This wouldn’t be the first time Aamir Liaquat has behaved in a manner not appropriate for a parliamentarian.

Aamir Liaquat

Aamir Liaquat is at it again. With Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) winning the elections in Azad and Jammu Kashmir, the PTI parliamentarian took this opportunity to gloat.

The member of National Assembly (MNA) from Sindh recreated his infamous dialogue;

“Kaisa diya?” (Which roughly means how’d it go/how’d we do)


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The Karachi native posted a video to troll PTI opponents saying;

“Han Bhai, I had to ask, how’d we do in Kashmir? Good huh. Really good.”

Given the MNA’s poor choice of words, the Internet was quick to call him out. This wouldn’t be the first time Aamir Liaquat has behaved in a manner not appropriate for a parliamentarian. However, no matter how old this gets, it’s still jarring nonetheless.

 

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Many PTI supporters even felt ashamed to have the Sindh-based MNA as a member of the ruling party. His actions certainly aren’t appropriate.

 

There were some though that thought this was funny.

Others trolled the Islamic scholar instead. While this isn’t an appropriate response either, again, this wouldn’t be the first time.


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Previously his antics during his recent Ramzan transmission were defended citing he’s a performer. As a legislator, however, the public does expect him to act the part.

How do you feel about Aamir Liaquat’s antics? What should be done to have the parliamentarian fall in line and act as part of a legislator.

Let us know in the comments below what you think is a solution.

Written by Lens Staff

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