Former Prime Minister and Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) leader Nawaz Sharif addressed a large political rally in Sadiqabad on Wednesday May 2, 2018. With election activities appearing to have commenced in full force after rival, PTI’s massive rally in Lahore on April 29, Mr. Sharif and his party’s show of strength in the Southern Punjab city is a response to that.
During the rally in Sadiqabad, Nawaz Sharif said something cryptic but very interesting that caught a lot of attention
While addressing his main political rivals, Imran Khan and Asif Ali Zardari, he said that PML N did not have a competition with these political parties but with ‘Aliens’. Oh yes, you heard that right. He used the words khalayi makhlooq but you get the point.
عمران خان صاحب میرامقابلہ آپ کے ساتھ نہیں ہے آپ تو شےہی کوئی نہیں ہو نا ہی میرا مقابلہ زرداری سے ہے میرا مقابلہ ایک خلائی مخلوق سے ہے جو نظر نہیں آتی، قائدمحترم@MaryamNSharifpic.twitter.com/bW4HwT6q14
— Wasim Sadiq (@wasimsadiq108) May 2, 2018
Obviously people have found that not only very strange but also very entertianining
PMLN will contest elections against Aliens. Nawaz Sharif pic.twitter.com/Kq08YsHDLh
— Ray (@RayhanTweets) May 2, 2018
— Hyper News (@HyperNewsPK) May 3, 2018
And as expected, there are lots of people trolling Nawaz Sharif for using that term to describe his political rivals
Nawaz Sharif have been fighting with aliens after he got disqualified. pic.twitter.com/bRO7N5lghb
— fouzia shafiq (@fouzi_s) May 3, 2018
Aliens after hearing about Nawaz sharif contesting elections against them: pic.twitter.com/oLcjCOXsjG
— چڑیل_اول✨ (@Churail_Awal) May 2, 2018
Many are pitching the iconic Bollywood alien ‘Jadoo’ with Mr. Sharif as a joke
Who will win elections..??
1. Nawaz Sharif
2. Aliens pic.twitter.com/Mnj3L32ezX
— Josh-e-Junoon (@Taimoor_ul_Haq) May 2, 2018
Even political leaders like Nabil Gabol, here, have shared their opinions about the statements by the former Prime Minister of Pakistan.
Mr. Gabol, of PPP, among others, dared Mr. Sharif to explain who he was addressing as ‘aliens’ and even said that his party may support Mr. Sharif if he goes on to take names and be bold in whatever accusations he was trying to lay.
Nawaz sharif is afraid of extra terristral aliens . pic.twitter.com/LFr6zIXMkf
— Nabil Gabol (@Nabilgabol) May 2, 2018
But the awaam has found its opportunity to savagely troll yet another political leader and they’re not letting go any time soon
— Syed Shahab Ali (@sshahabaliz) May 3, 2018
Aliens or khalayi makhlook ka mars py shadeed ihtijaj or dharna, nawaz thief sy mafi ka mutalba…
— Mohammad kamran (@jj4k4tt) May 2, 2018
Nawaz Vs Aliens. pic.twitter.com/hholLDo8oh
— AHFarooqui (@AHFarooqui) May 2, 2018
There were Infinity War jokes
After infinity war Nawaz Shareef decided to fight against Aliens. Thanos must be scared.
Leader of universe mera Quaid Nawaz Shareef.
— Muhammad Ismaeel (@ismaeelnawaz) May 2, 2018
And past tweets were resurrected
Right Now another Signal recieved it says “No Thanks” after Nawaz Sharif’s challenge to Aliens ..
— Fake Account (@Aakbar84) May 3, 2018
Even invoking NASA’s help to find out who the aliens of Nawaz Sharif’s nightmares are
Where’s @NASA , aliens sighted by ex-premier of Pakistan Nawaz Na-Ehl Sharif. in Pakistan, and they have been here for the last 28 years and even contesting elections. This time they r gonna contest for the govt.😂😂😂
— Salah Ud Din Ayyubi (@Ghazi_Sayyed) May 3, 2018
Some eagle eyed observes even claimed they sighted UFOs flying over the rally in Sadiqabad
— i r ƒ a n (@IffiViews) May 2, 2018
But all in all, it’s been a thoroughly entertaining moment for Pakistanis
1990: Pakistan will be a world economic leader by 2015
2018: Nawaz Sharif vows to fight aliens…
— Amir (@amirkhalidq) May 2, 2018
What do you think about Mr. Sharif’s comments and do you agree that none of the mainstream political parties pose virtually no challenge to PML N, as he claimed in the rally?
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