Former finance minister Ishaq Dar is once again the center of attention and a laughing stock on the Internet. The ex-lawmaker is making headlines as a Pakistani woman confronted him outside his London residence. Looks like there’s no escaping retribution for the ex-legislator.
The now viral video showcases the woman calling out the ex-minister for absconding after looting the nation’s wealth. The woman took no hostages as she slammed Ishaq Dar for the corruption charges against him.
She even accused the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader and of protecting his party leader Nawaz Sharif.
“Tell me how you plan on saving Nawaz Sharif now, … You can save Nawaz Sharif here but would not be able to do it in front of Allah,”
The citizeness then called out the businessman to repent for how he wronged the people.
“Be ashamed, be afraid of Allah. You have looted people,” the woman hollered.
Ishaq Dar tried to inch out of the tight corner, only saying;
“This is inappropriate”
Until his son finally stepped in, to his father’s aid. Ali Dar yelled back at the woman for that she is the one who ought to be ashamed.
“You [should] be ashamed, you are leveling [false] allegations against people.”
Ishaq Dar facing another Hard Talk; Darbaris came to rescue him
P.S: I like the way she faced darbaris pic.twitter.com/9JMmIyKnn6
— Ali Raza (@AliRazaTweets) January 25, 2021
This did not stop the lady’s barrage of curses.
Another man from the Dar household clapped back at the woman with accusations of his own. He accused the woman of being on duty for Pakistani intelligence agencies. He claimed the woman had a habit of trolling them and this wasn’t the first time.
“Who’s duty are you on, ISI(Inter-Services Intelligence)? Why do you come here daily. You get paid for this! …. What are you doing in London? If you love Imran Khan, you should go back to Pakistan.”
It is pertinent to mention that PML-N leader Ishaq Dar had been declared a proclaimed offender by the court due to his continuous absence from hearings in different embezzlement cases. He is facing charges for accumulating assets beyond known sources of income.