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‘Anti-PM remarks’ costs Jawad Ahmad his speech at the Faisalabad Arts Council

While speaking during an event at Faisalabad Arts Council, the chief of the Barabri Party Pakistan (BPP) Jawad Ahmed started to criticize the present government and the premier but was soon removed from the podium by the organizers for expressing ‘anti-PM remarks.’

By Web Desk
March 29, 2019

Renowned Pakistani singer turned politician Jawad Ahmad was barred from speaking at an event in Faisalabad after he blatantly criticized Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday.

While speaking during an event at Faisalabad Arts Council, the chief of the Barabri Party Pakistan (BPP) started to criticize the present government and the premier but was soon removed from the podium by the organizers for expressing ‘anti-PM remarks.’

Later, Ahmad took Twitter and said, “Just to clarify to those who don’t know. I was invited in Faisalabad today as Chairman Barabri Party Pakistan by Social Media Conclave to make a political speech and not to speak on social media. That is why I criticize policies of PTI in general and Imran Khan in particular.”

He also posted a video on Twitter explaining his side of the story where he said that he was criticizing the current and previous governments and also how Imran Khan and Nawaz Sharif defamed each other in politics and had been terming each other’s governments corrupt.

To Ahmad, this statement meant that so far the country had not been under a fair and honest government.

As soon as he uttered these words, the PTI supporters and one of the event organizers stopped Ahmad from speaking further and chanted slogans in favor of Imran Khan.

Ahmad further revealed, “I don’t think that was personal at all. It was just a hard historical fact which Imran Khan can never deny. It showed the class character of Imran Khan. A man is known by his actions and the company he keeps. Imran Khan’s politics was built with rich people’s money. Payback time now.”