Former Army chief of Pakistan Qamar Javed Bajwa’s video is going viral on the internet. Many people are searching to know more about Qamar Javed video why this video has become so popular.
This video was leaked on many social media sites. Qamar Javed video is the most popular search term for people who want to know about the video. Some of these videos are factual, others are just hearsay, and they have been circulating the internet for quite some time. Qamar Javed’s video is also circulating on social media, which has gained a lot of attention.
A Twitter user Baba Banaras tweeted the screenshots of the videos “Video clip of Qamar Javed Bajwa, ex-Chief of Pak Army with his own daughter in law is shared on the internet. A screenshot is posted here. Looks like Imran Khan took revenge on him for sharing his adult telephone conversation with another lady. Disgusting people”.
The user further wrote “This is the video of Qamar Javed Bajwa,Former army chief of Pak Army is circulating on internet. It is being said that he is doing unethical thing with his own daughter in law and this video is leaked by PTI. Authenticity of video is unconfirmed.”
The ongoing political crisis in Pakistan since April 9, 2022, when former Prime Minister Imran Khan was removed from power through a no-confidence motion, has unfortunately led to a display of immoral behavior by politicians of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) alliance.
Despite the country facing multiple crises, these politicians have turned their political differences into personal animosity, disregarding ethical principles.
On December 21, a well-known website Dylo. In published an article stating that multiple audio leaks of Imran Khan have already tarnished his image as an honest man, and the latest leaks have targeted his projected image as a reformed playboy who is deeply religious and pious in the true Islamic way.
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