Rohail Hyatt: ‘In My Lifetime I Have Called Only One Person My Leader, that’s Imran Khan’

Pakistani record producer Rohail Hyatt took to his Twitter account to reaffirm his faith in Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Rohail Hyatt

Pakistani record producer Rohail Hyatt took to his Twitter account to reaffirm his faith in Prime Minister Imran Khan. He posted the Tweet a day after the PM announced he will seek a vote of confidence from the senate.

PTI’s Abdul Hafeez Sheikh lost a key seat to Gilani in yesterday’s Senate Elections. Former PM Yousaf Raza Gillani won the general seat in Islamabad with 169 votes. On the other hand, Sheikh bagged a total of 164 votes.

According to details, seven votes were rejected. And according to PPP leader Naveed Qamar, Imran Khan’s vote was amongst the ones rejected.

 

Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vote [for Yousaf Raza Gilani’s seat] was rejected. Shehryar Afridi and Zartaj Gul Wazir’s votes have also been rejected.

The [rejected votes] were incorrectly marked

 

Rohail Hyatt shows support for PM Imran Khan

In a recent Tweet, Rohail Hyatt showed his support for PM Imran Khan. He wrote:

 

In my lifetime I have only had the privilege of calling one person my leader. This person is Imran Khan. Honestly outweighs everything else IMO. Setbacks aside, I am certain he will succeed in his mission IA.

 

Take a look at the music composer’s original Tweet here:

 

 

Netizens React

Netizens have taken to this post to share their opinions. Some agree with the keyboardist, while others believe his judgment has been clouded.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What do you think of this post by Rohail Hyatt? Do you agree with his comments on PM Imran Khan? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

 


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