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Pakistan Embassy Serbia Account Shares Parody Video About Imran Khan

Pakistani Embassy Serbia has funnily criticized Prime Minister Imran Khan. It shared a parody song video that playfully targets the PM for rising inflation. This video was super-viral back in March, and apparently, it still has admirers. The embassy’s Twitter account also called out Khan and harshly reminded him about his ‘Naya Pakistan’ stance before coming to power. It also alleged that the Pakistani PM had not paid the salaries of Serbian staff for the last 3 months. The account cited the lyrics of the funny song and said that their kids would also drop out as they had not paid school fees.

The embassy later deleted the video, but for reference, social media users resurfaced it to show what video was that.

Is Pakistan Embassy Serbia Hacked?

The video was fun for many, but the cabinet ministers of PM Khan claimed that someone might have hacked the Twitter account of the Pakistan Embassy Serbia. Focal Person to Prime Minister on Digital Media, Dr Arslan Khalid, tweeted that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is inquiring into the matter. As per their information, this was a hacking incident.

The embassy’s account replied under the video by saying sorry to Imran Khan and saying they had no other choice. Then approximately 1 and half hours later, it deleted the video and the comment. It also retweeted the statement from the Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affair saying that the account of the Pakistan Embassy Serbia was hacked and the posted messages were not from the embassy.

What is this Funny Song?

The parody video mocks Imran Khan for his catchphrase “ghabrana nhi hai” (don’t be scared) because that’s precisely how the public has been feeling. They are afraid of the rising costs of everyday items, children’s future, and hunger. Saad Alavi voiced these concerns in a funny but scathing song that made many laugh.

Saad’s song went popular across the border as well. Many Indians said that he was Yashraj Mukhate of Pakistan, the Indian singer who remade Pawri Ho Rhi Hai viral clip into a party song.

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