Woman leader close to Imran Khan caught Pakistani MP's collar in TV show, slapped

Firdous Ashiq Awan has previously been a special assistant to PM Imran Khan and is currently a special assistant to the CM of Punjab province of Pakistan. This video of slapping has now gone viral on social media.

NEW DELHI: Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan, a close aide of Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is often in controversies, slapped a Pakistani MP during the recording of a TV show. It is being told that the victim was Qadir Mandokhel of MP Bilawal Bhutto's party PPP. During the recording of the TV show, Firdous Ashiq Awan became so enraged that he licked the MP Qadir.

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Firdous Ashiq Awan has previously been a special assistant to PM Imran Khan and is currently a special assistant to the CM of Punjab province of Pakistan. This video of slapping has now gone viral on social media. In the video, the leader of Imran Khan's party PTI, Firdous Ashiq Awan is seen abusing. It is being told that this incident happened during the recording of a show on Express TV by journalist Javed Chaudhary.

'PPP MP slapped in self-defense'         

Later Firdous Ashiq Awan issued a statement saying that PPP MP Qadir Mandokhel had abused and threatened him and his father. Firdous said that he slapped the PPP MP in self-defense. Qadir Mandokhel forced him to do so. She said that she will file a case of mental harassment against Qadir Mandokhel.

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Firdous said, 'The full video of this incident should be released so that people can know that I was forced to do this. My political reputation and prestige were at stake during the show. I am talking to my lawyers about this whole matter. Dr. Firdous was once a special assistant to Imran Khan but she was removed from the post on charges of misusing the exchequer, making political appointments. He was also accused of taking 10 percent commission from the budget of government advertisements.

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