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Shahbaz Gill turns linguist to defend his choice of words

Shahbaz Gill turns linguist to defend his choice of words!

A Female journalist called out Dr. Shahbaz Gill for using abusive words during a press conference on Monday.

Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for Political communication responded by using another abusive word.

“If a woman’s husband dies, she’s called ‘Rundee’ and a broker is called ‘Dallal’ in Punjabi,” said PM Imran Khan’s spokesman.
The clip of his remark’s from today’s media talk is now doing rounds on social media.
Many of the social media users visibly do not agree with SAPM’s explanation:

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He was defending his use of the word ‘Dalla’ for dissident PTI MNA Ramesh Kumar during a live talk show last week.

Later, Shahbaz Gill took to Twitter to defend his argument.

 

Saman Siddiqui

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