A combo image shows Imran Khan and his lookalike.
Gulf Today Report
We all have heard and read about the theory that seven other people exist in this world, who look exactly like us.
Though there is no scientific proof of it, but the social media has found one for Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan.
A video of a man who resembles Imran has gone viral on social media. The video was shot and uploaded by an unidentified user where Imran Khan’s lookalike can be seen riding a rickshaw in Punjab’s city of Sialkot.
A social media user Maham tweeted: “Khan sab bhes badal kar mulk k halaat ka jaiza lene nikle hain.” (PM Khan taking stock of country’s affairs in disguise).
Another user Izzah wrote: “7 humshakals pe believe hogya.” (Now i beleive the 7 lookalike theory.”
The video has been widely shared on social media.
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Imran Khan took to Twitter to respond to Indian media reports of an exchange on the WhatsApp messaging service between popular Indian TV anchor Arnab Goswami and Partho Dasgupta, the former head of a TV rating company.
The purported text exchange three days before the airstrike indicates Goswami had prior knowledge of the attack and that it was designed to drum up support for Modi in his re-election bid in pending parliamentary elections.
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