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Dua Bhutto’s sister slammed for making TikTok video in Sindh Assembly, PTI MPA apologised

In the viral video, Dua Bhutto’s sister, Iqra  sitting in Sindh Assembly's lobby and making a TikTok video doing  lip sync in synchronization with an old soundtrack of Bollywood which annoyed many internet users.

TikTok video in Sindh AssemblyIqra  sitting in Sindh Assembly's lobby and making a TikTok video doing  lip sync in synchronization with an old soundtrack of Bollywood - OyeYeah News
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Popular video-sharing social networking app, TikTok’s craze has reached Sindh Assembly floors. Recently, a video is doing rounds on internet bagging users’ attention in which sister of PTI MPA, Dua Bhutto’s sister went viral for making a video in the assembly’s lobby.

In the viral video, Dua Bhutto’s sister, Iqra  sitting in Sindh Assembly’s lobby and making a TikTok video doing  lip sync in synchronization with an old soundtrack of Bollywood which annoyed many internet users.

At one side, the netizens are showing their anger towards the negligence of PTI MPA and the highly disrespectful behaviour of her sister, on the other hand, leader of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Sharmila Farooqui criticized the video by saying that it was an irresponsible behavior of Dua Bhutto.

“Highly irresponsible behaviour of #Pti mpa #Duabhutto 4 bringing her sister & turning #sindhassembly hall into a film studio for

@tiktok_us

videos! Violating all sop’s! Only 25% members allowed to attend in this medical emergency & this is what they do!” Sharmila Farooqui wrote on Twitter sharing the video.

While noticing PPP leader criticised for the video, netizens started to tease Sharmila and another debate started on the social media.

On the other hand, Dua Bhutto has tendered apology on behalf of her sister over her  TikTok video inside the provincial assembly’s lobby.

In a video message, Dua Bhutto admitted that her sister, Iqra Bhutto, had captured the video in the assembly’s lobby but not inside the main hall, adding that her sister should not film a video while sitting on a seat in the Sindh Assembly.

The PTI legislator said that she was fully unaware of Iqra’s video on TikTok as she was attending the assembly’s session.

Dua Bhutto further said that it was an unintentional mistake of her sister to capture a video which was later deleted by her after realising the mistake, said Dua.

the authorSamra Mazhar