Aamir Liaquat is one of the most known personalities in Pakistani media and politics. The famous Pakistani television host and Pakistan Tehreek e Insaaf’s (PTI) MNA always inclined to make headlines for one reason or another, because, well, he knows how to.
The former game show host is also a big critique be it a political debate, showbiz gossips or any other social issues, Aamir Liaquat being a loquacious sometime makes non-serious and bizarre comments and grabs media attention.
People couldn’t fail to recall the bizarre comments what Aamir Liaquat made before camera’s eye. People still remember the moment in a show when he revealed the secret of his beauty is Sanam Baloch ka pyaar se dekhna and his famous Aam khayega aam dialogue.
Recently, Aamir Liaquat took to his Twitter account presenting the characteristic of dengue mosquito and no one even wonder what he actually said to the political rival JUI-F.
The PTI’s MNA while sharing a picture of a dengue mosquito wrote, “The dengue mosquito allegedly originated from the JUI, the appearance of the mosquito is incredibly similar to the JUI-F flag.
In another tweet, while reminiscing the Jemima Goldsmith’s banter with Mufti Kifayaullah, he wrote, “Dengue is the cousin of Mufti Kifayat”.
As soon as the comment appears on Twitter it sparked public anger, Twitterati were quick to notice the controversial remarks about his political opponent.
ویسے ڈوب مرنے کا مقام ہے ۔۔رمضان میں جو شخص اسلام کا بڑا عالِم بن کے درس دیتا ہے ،وو دوسرے مسلمان بھائی کو dengue سے جوڑ رہا ہے ۔۔اس وقت صرف ڈرامہ ہوتا ہے یا گھٹیا پن نکل جاتا ہے؟ جاہل
— Dr Sajid Hussain Lashari (@sajeeLasharie) December 4, 2019
اور ایڈز عامر لیاقت کا بہنوئی ہے 😡😠
— Rao Sajid Ali (@RaoSaji81521561) December 4, 2019
Like many stray dogs of PTI!!!
— Saima N. Warraich 🇵🇰 (@SaimaWarraich) December 4, 2019
اس پوسٹ سے اس ڈاکٹر کی سنجیدگی ظاہر ہو رہی ہے ، کبھی یہ عالم بنا ہوتا ہے کبھی اداکاری کر رہا ہوتا ہے
— iftikhar ahmed malik (@iftikha05512237) December 4, 2019
It would not be wrong to say here that Aamir Liaquat is actually the “King of Controversies”.
Here we’ll end up with the Rod Williams’ quote:
Good words bring good feelings to the heart. So speak with kindness always!