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[VIDEO]: PTI’s Firdous Shamim mistakenly congratulates Murad Ali Shah on becoming PM

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) member and Opposition Leader in the Sindh Assembly Firdous Shamim mistakenly referred to Murad Ali Shah as the prime minister on Thursday.

Murad Ali Shah was elected for a second term in office as the chief minister of the province.

During his speech in the assembly, Shamim was congratulating Shah for being re-elected as the chief minister.

Courtesy: ARY

“I congratulate Murad Ali Shah for being re-elected as the prime minister,” he said on the occasion.

However, he quickly realised his error and self-corrected to referring to Murad Ali Shah as the chief minister.

Members of the assembly giggled at Shamim’s slip of the tongue.


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