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Political figures and journalists came to Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb’s defence for exhibiting “grace and composure” in the face of heckling in London on Sunday.

The information minister is currently in London as part of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s delegation which is on its way back after attending the 77th session of the UN General Assembly.

Videos widely shared on social media showed Aurangzeb being harassed and heckled by people wearing PTI colours in a shop. In another video, some of the same people chanting “chorni, chorni” (thief) can be seen following a masked Aurangzeb, as the woman filming her says she “makes grand claims on television there and she does not have a dupatta on her head”.


In a video shared by journalist Syed Talat Hussain, Aurangzeb can be seen in what appears to be a coffee shop, encircled by PTI supporters who are yelling and jeering at her and recording her with their mobile phones. She takes a sip of her drink unfazed as one heckler yells through a megaphone at her.

Addressing the incident in a reply to Hussain, she said she was “sad to see the toxic impact [PTI Chairman] Imran Khan’s politics of hate and divisiveness have had on our brothers and sisters.”

Aurangzeb said she had stayed and answered “each and every question” of the riled-up crowd.

“We will continue our work to counter Imran Khan’s toxic politics and bring people together.”

Finance Minister Miftah Ismail said he saluted her for her “grace and composure in the face of such harassment and baseless lies”.

Planning Minister Ahsan Iqbal termed the incident as the “most deplorable, condemnable and shameful act by PTI hooligans”.

He praised the information minister for showing grace and “boldly” facing the crowd. “Truly a lioness!” Iqbal added.

Defence Minister Khawaja Asif called those harassing her the “lowest level of our society”.

He warned that such a violent trend in politics would destroy society.


Bakhtawar Bhutto-Zardari, daughter of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto and former president Asif Ali Zardari, also expressed her support.

The incident was also widely condemned by those in the journalist community. Veteran journalist Mubashir Zaidi said his respect for Aurangzeb had only increased after how she handled the situation.

This is not the first time the information minister has been subjected to harassment from PTI supporters. In April, a group of Pakistani pilgrims accosted, heckled and chanted slogans PM Shehbaz and his entourage at the Masjid-i-Nabwi in Madina during their three-day visit to Saudi Arabia.

Unfortunate scenes were witnessed at the holy mosque when PM Shehbaz and his delegation arrived there. According to videos circulating on social media, Pakistani pilgrims at the mosque started chanting slogans of “chor” (thieves) as soon as they saw the prime minister.

In another video, the pilgrims could be seen heckling and chanting abusive slogans against Aurangzeb.

Later, in a video message in response to the chants, Aurangzeb had said the act was perpetrated by a “select group”, while most Pakistanis respected the sanctity of the holy mosque. “I don’t want to name the person responsible for this incident because I don’t want to use this holy land for political purposes.”
Politicians and other religious figures had condemned the incident and some had blamed the PTI.
 

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1- Protest and dissent is the right of every person, but needs to be within a limit on not impeding on the personal space of anyone. This protest does seem to be borderline intruding in that space.

2- It is high time these politicians think of the people as actual human being rather than a statistic. Idhr Pakistan main yeh security main phirtay hain oblivious to the plight of the common man, UK main aisay nhn phir saktay. Pakistan main bhi they cannot get out of their homes. If you keep on relating this to Imran Khan, then you are simply dodging the whole problem and root cause of it. And you will get heckled even more. If you give people their fair right, then IK jo marzi bolta rahay logon nay yeh kuch nhn karna.

3- Why tf are they now having a stroll in London on the way back from the US? Jatay huay bhi UK wapsi par bhi? Udhr hi pakkay reh lo phir, ullu kay pathay.

4- I wish itna hi outrage yeh sab wazeer aur media walay tab dikhatay when the Punjab police was barging into people's homes at midnight...woh bhi aurtain theen. I wish there was this much outrage when Rana Sanaullah personally told the IGP to tear gas women and old people in D chowk...woh bhi aurtain hi theen and in the words of Ahsan Iqbal faced "Most deplorable, condemnable and shameful act. These were Hitler’s tactics.". Hun bhugto fir.

You cannot arrest people willy nilly, tear gas protests, impose media blackouts, torture prisoners, and then complain keh we got heckled.
 
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Good they need to be reminded their true aukaat wherever they go. Wish they also come to Italy, cannot wait to welcome them.
 

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Pakistan is drowning in flood and they are roaming the streets of London. Well deserved.


I bet if IK was in power and had travelled like this right after massive floods, this PDM along with entire media wh0res would be sh1tting from their mouth days and night.
 

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Political figures and journalists came to Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb’s defence for exhibiting “grace and composure” in the face of heckling in London on Sunday.

The information minister is currently in London as part of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s delegation which is on its way back after attending the 77th session of the UN General Assembly.

Videos widely shared on social media showed Aurangzeb being harassed and heckled by people wearing PTI colours in a shop. In another video, some of the same people chanting “chorni, chorni” (thief) can be seen following a masked Aurangzeb, as the woman filming her says she “makes grand claims on television there and she does not have a dupatta on her head”.


In a video shared by journalist Syed Talat Hussain, Aurangzeb can be seen in what appears to be a coffee shop, encircled by PTI supporters who are yelling and jeering at her and recording her with their mobile phones. She takes a sip of her drink unfazed as one heckler yells through a megaphone at her.

Addressing the incident in a reply to Hussain, she said she was “sad to see the toxic impact [PTI Chairman] Imran Khan’s politics of hate and divisiveness have had on our brothers and sisters.”

Aurangzeb said she had stayed and answered “each and every question” of the riled-up crowd.

“We will continue our work to counter Imran Khan’s toxic politics and bring people together.”

Finance Minister Miftah Ismail said he saluted her for her “grace and composure in the face of such harassment and baseless lies”.

Planning Minister Ahsan Iqbal termed the incident as the “most deplorable, condemnable and shameful act by PTI hooligans”.

He praised the information minister for showing grace and “boldly” facing the crowd. “Truly a lioness!” Iqbal added.

Defence Minister Khawaja Asif called those harassing her the “lowest level of our society”.

He warned that such a violent trend in politics would destroy society.


Bakhtawar Bhutto-Zardari, daughter of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto and former president Asif Ali Zardari, also expressed her support.

The incident was also widely condemned by those in the journalist community. Veteran journalist Mubashir Zaidi said his respect for Aurangzeb had only increased after how she handled the situation.

This is not the first time the information minister has been subjected to harassment from PTI supporters. In April, a group of Pakistani pilgrims accosted, heckled and chanted slogans PM Shehbaz and his entourage at the Masjid-i-Nabwi in Madina during their three-day visit to Saudi Arabia.

Unfortunate scenes were witnessed at the holy mosque when PM Shehbaz and his delegation arrived there. According to videos circulating on social media, Pakistani pilgrims at the mosque started chanting slogans of “chor” (thieves) as soon as they saw the prime minister.

In another video, the pilgrims could be seen heckling and chanting abusive slogans against Aurangzeb.

Later, in a video message in response to the chants, Aurangzeb had said the act was perpetrated by a “select group”, while most Pakistanis respected the sanctity of the holy mosque. “I don’t want to name the person responsible for this incident because I don’t want to use this holy land for political purposes.”
Politicians and other religious figures had condemned the incident and some had blamed the PTI.

The disgraced politicians are calling her graceful.
 

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Next time carry a bucket of urine or like they do in uk shit parcels and drench these crooks in it . Pointless just heckling ,it’s like water off a ducks back to the criminals who have bled Pakistan dry and are shopping at harrods while imran Khan is raising millions for the poor and destitute .
 

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1- Protest and dissent is the right of every person, but needs to be within a limit on not impeding on the personal space of anyone. This protest does seem to be borderline intruding in that space.

2- It is high time these politicians think of the people as actual human being rather than a statistic. Idhr Pakistan main yeh security main phirtay hain oblivious to the plight of the common man, UK main aisay nhn phir saktay. Pakistan main bhi they cannot get out of their homes. If you keep on relating this to Imran Khan, then you are simply dodging the whole problem and root cause of it. And you will get heckled even more. If you give people their fair right, then IK jo marzi bolta rahay logon nay yeh kuch nhn karna.

3- Why tf are they now having a stroll in London on the way back from the US? Jatay huay bhi UK wapsi par bhi? Udhr hi pakkay reh lo phir, ullu kay pathay.

4- I wish itna hi outrage yeh sab wazeer aur media walay tab dikhatay when the Punjab police was barging into people's homes at midnight...woh bhi aurtain theen. I wish there was this much outrage when Rana Sanaullah personally told the IGP to tear gas women and old people in D chowk...woh bhi aurtain hi theen and in the words of Ahsan Iqbal faced "Most deplorable, condemnable and shameful act. These were Hitler’s tactics.". Hun bhugto fir.

I agree with you about not invading parsonal spaces, but have you seen the videos from the flooded areas? People dont have a place to live and the supposed govmnt is touring abraod drinking coffee! They should have been thrashed, she's lucky she got away only with some angry shouting.


The outrage is for rich only, us common folks dont matter, we are just cannon fodders.

I bet if IK was in power and had travelled like this right after massive floods, this PDM along with entire media wh0res would be sh1tting from their mouth days and night.

Khan sab doing 50 plus jalsas( claiming boldly) is enough for us.
 

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I agree with you about not invading parsonal spaces, but have you seen the videos from the flooded areas? People dont have a place to live and the supposed govmnt is touring abraod drinking coffee! They should have been thrashed, she's lucky she got away only with some angry shouting.


The outrage is for rich only, us common folks dont matter, we are just cannon fodders.

I totally agree.

More than the heckling, the real question should be why TF are they in London? Kutto wapis ao mulk main idhr adha mulk mar raha hai aur in ki Starbucks hi khatam nhn ho rahi.
 

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I totally agree.

More than the heckling, the real question should be why TF are they in London? Kutto wapis ao mulk main idhr adha mulk mar raha hai aur in ki Starbucks hi khatam nhn ho rahi.

I swear someday, very soon, one of these clown will get killed by some angry fella, then they will call him shaheed.
 

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I totally agree.

More than the heckling, the real question should be why TF are they in London? Kutto wapis ao mulk main idhr adha mulk mar raha hai aur in ki Starbucks hi khatam nhn ho rahi.

Begharat ki aik number ki nashani: Jab bisti hori ha, you smile.

Isa bar ka koi begharat ho hi nai sakta. Manhoos shakal dado charger.
 

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