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Pakistani PM Saudi Visit: Chor-chor slogans were raised at Masjid-e-Nabawi in Medina after seeing the delegation led by Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif

Pakistani PM Saudi Visit: These days the delegation led by Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif is in Saudi Arabia on an official visit for three days. A viral video is going viral on the social media platform, in which hundreds of people are raising slogans of “chor chor”. It is being said that on seeing the Prime Minister of Pakistan, slogans of Chor-chor were raised at Masjid-e-Nabawi in Medina. These slogans were raised when the delegation was seen coming to Masjid-e-Nabawi. According to media reports, those who raised the slogans have been arrested by the police.

In this viral video, Pakistan’s Information Minister Maryam Aurangzeb and National Assembly member Shahzain Bugti were seen along with others. According to the Pakistani newspaper, Aurangzeb has directly blamed former Prime Minister Imran Khan in the matter of this protest.

The Express Tribune quoted Aurangzeb as saying, “I will not take this person’s name on this holy land, as I do not want to use this land for politics. But, they have destroyed [Pakistani] society. Dozens of officials and political leaders have accompanied the Prime Minister on his Saudi visit. Proud Pakistanis, please welcome our PM and his Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) gang of criminals to Saudi Arabia. You should be happy to see, be happy to do.

Let us tell you that recently the Prime Minister has changed in Pakistan. The first Prime Minister of Pakistan was Imran Khan but he could not get a vote of confidence for his government in the National Assembly. So Imran Khan had to withdraw and now Shahbaz Sharif is the Prime Minister.

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