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Nawaz Sharif’s Driver Spit On Female Journalist’s Face Video Viral On Social Media

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Viral Video: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif is in the news these days regarding his return to his country. Meanwhile, his driver has done a very disgusting thing, the video of which is going viral on social media. In which he is seen spitting on a woman. The special thing is that Nawaz Sharif himself is seen present in the car during this incident.

In the video going viral on social media, a woman is seen coming near the car of a 73-year-old politician. Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif himself is seen sitting in the front seat. Woman questions Nawaz Sharif, are you corrupt? During this time, the victim woman is trying to record the answer on the mobile phone.

Driver spits on woman

In the viral video, it can be seen that the driver opens the car window, on which the woman repeats her question. She says, ‘I have heard that you are a very corrupt Pakistani politician.’ Angered by this question, Nawaz Sharif’s driver spits on his face, rolls up the window and drives away.

PTI leader targeted

Dr. Fatima, a member of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party, while sharing the video on X (formerly Twitter), has written that the woman seen in the video is a journalist. He wrote, “Nawaz Sharif’s driver spat on the face of a journalist who asked a question!” No liberal, intellectual or feminist will speak against this. But this is extremely disgusting.

The incident reportedly took place on Saturday (September 16) in the Hyde Park area of ​​London. Let us tell you that Nawaz Sharif is living in London after leaving Pakistan in 2019. Nawaz Sharif was convicted in corruption cases in 2018. After which he was sentenced to 7 years. After this, in the year 2019, he went to London for treatment and has been living there since then, but now the news is that he is returning back to Pakistan on October 21.

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