VIP Movement For Walima Of Asad Umar’s Son Brings Traffic To Halt In Karachi
VIP movement due to the walima ceremony of federal minister Asad Umar’s son brought traffic to a halt in Karachi.
Journalist Syed Talat Hussain tweeted a video of a traffic jam, saying that VIP movement due to the walima ceremony of Asad Umar’s son, adding that the important personalities that were attending the ceremony were the president, army chief and the prime minister.
Asad Umar’s son’s wedding party (Walima) VIP movement (we are told president, army chief, PM Imran) brings central Karachi to a halt pic.twitter.com/rf2uCNI5In
— Syed Talat Hussain (@TalatHussain12) December 27, 2019
One user shared the video by saying that the it showed the simplicity of the leaders of Riyasat-e-Madina, a phrase that the ruling PTI uses for the ideal Pakistani state. She added that the nation remembered the lectures the party had given against VIP protocols.
ریاست مدینہ کےحکمرانوں کی سادگی تو دیکھیں۔۔
اسدعمر کے بیٹے کے ولیمہ کے موقع پر وی آئی پی موومنٹ کی وجہ سے سینٹرل کراچی مکمل طور پر ٹھہر گیا سڑکوں پر گاڑیوں کی قطاریں کھڑی رہیں۔۔
پروٹوکول کےخلاف لیکچرز تو قوم کو یاد ہی ہوں گے جو ماضی میں دیئےجاتےتھے۔@MaizaHameed @kdastgirkhan pic.twitter.com/hEm2KPcLra
— Syeda Shehla shah🐆 (@syedams1) December 27, 2019
One user shared a Facebook post by Asad Umar’s son, in which he was asking guests to arrive early, as the roads would be blocked because the prime minister, army chief, and president had been invited to the wedding.
— Dr. Faheem Ahmad (@dr_faheemahmad) December 27, 2019
Another user brought into the conversation Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s stance on VIP culture.
Congratulations to @Asad_Umar and wishing his son a lifetime happiness.
But what about PTI’s VIP culture stance?
Same old stories of harassing the ‘have-nots’ for few privileged.
Advice: leave it, if you can’t do it. https://t.co/EYM9p6bDbF
— Umar Khan Dawar (@UmarKhanDawar2) December 27, 2019
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