After the ban on the usage of word “Selected Prime Minister” in National Assembly and the success of the trend “#ArrestAntiPakJournalists” on Twitter, another ban is coming to revolutionize Naya Pakistan, a revolutionary source reported.
On July 6, 2019, PML-N Leader Maryam Nawaz Sharif conducted an explosive press conference (after which some people were burnt alive) and played a video of the judge who deliberately or mistakenly confessed that he gave a wrong verdict in Nawaz Sharif’s case because he was pressurized to do so.
The judge said that a fake ghost had been haunting him for a whole year until he realized that it was not fake anymore and then he called PML-N loyalist Nasir Butt to confess his mistake.
After the video surfaced, there are reports that the video might be fake just like the “Calibri font” was invented earlier by Maryam Nawaz Sharif than it was actually released but keeping in view the video and audio call of Chairman NAB Javed Iqbal, it cannot be determined as fake either. A confused government official expressed.
There are more chances that the video might be genuine because Firdous Ashiq Awan caught fire right after the press conference, the same official added.
Special Assistant to Prime Minister Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan also said that It is unethical to make anybody’s video or audio without his/her consent unless he/she is from Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf.
A secret source has told us that because these videos have started surfacing one after another, the tensions are increasing at Prime Minister Office. There is a fear that someone might try to trap Prime Minister by making his video, as well.
So it has been decided that people working in government offices will not be allowed to use mobile phone cameras during office hours.
“By doing this, we can avoid any video errors in PTI’s future government”, a concerned government official told us.
Meanwhile, the party’s social media team is trying to deny the authenticity of the video by running trends on Twitter. “The forensic test of the video will also be conducted on Twitter”, someone from PTI social media team reported.
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