Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) supporters aren’t restraining themselves while welcoming their beloved leaders during electioneering.
Life became visibly awkward for PPP aide and former National Assembly opposition leader Khursheed Shah when he had to bear passion-filled kisses of a party worker during electioneering here on Sunday.
The former opposition leader led a rally in Rohri’s area of Achiqeebo. During a stopover, a party activist approached Shah and insisted for a kiss.
The PPP leader expressed his mild resistance over the action, but eventually had to bow down to the worker’s wish. Shah’s facial expressions showed his displeasure over the move. He moved away from the worker immediately and it came to a point when people around Shah had to force the worker apart.
Earlier on Saturday, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari faced the same awkwardness as he narrowly dodged an unwelcoming kiss in his visit to the Abdullah Shah Ghazi shrine.
Reaction of bilawal when a PPPP worker tried to kiss him.. pic.twitter.com/72YOe3Vs3c
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