Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader and former Chief Minister of Sindh Murad Ali Shah was grilled by constituents on his visit to Sehwan on Wednesday.
Murad Ali Shah visited his constituency in order to mobilize them for the upcoming general election scheduled to be held on 25 July, but was it did not go as he had planned.
As Shah stepped out of his residence, a constituent questioned him about what he did for the people. “My father was an ardent PPP worker but you did nothing for us,” he asserted.
Shah tried to divert the question, but the man kept on asking.
Frustrated, finally, Murad Ali Shah decided to leave without satisfying the man. He also asked a journalist to stop filming, however, when the journalist refused to do so, Shah hit the camera with his hand.
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