Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) leader Abid Sher Ali faced an odd situation when a group of people chanted anti-Nawaz slogans were raised during former PM Nawaz Sharif’s home coming rally, ARY News reported.
The slogans were raised near the cavalcade of ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif, who is enroute from Islamabad to Lahore.
The ex-PM’s nephew and state minister Abid Sher Ali climbed the roof of his vehicle to answer to the cheering crowds of party supporters. He seemed more charged than the first day when the rally was coming from Rawalpindi to Gujranwala.
However, the situation changed as several people starting raising slogans of ‘Chor Aya, Chor Aya’ (Here come the thief).
“Abid Sher Ali is here. He is biggest thief,” said an unidentified voice from the crowd. This was followed by repeated slogans of ‘Chor Aya, Chor Aya’.
It seemed that Abid Sher Ali may have escaped the sloganeering against him, but certainly not the embarrassment.