Oh Boy, Bilawal Zardari Announced A Holographic Jalsa And His Jiyalas Have Gone Crazy

Oh Boy, Bilawal Zardari Announced A Holographic Jalsa And His Jiyalas Have Gone Crazy

In the constant state of political unrest and turmoil that our country is in, parties are constantly trying to one-up each other. Whether it is showering Eidi money from airplanes down on people, promising the khatma of bijli by the end of next year or even distributing blenders and food processors to flood affected people, politicians don’t stop at anything to try proving themselves to be better and more loved than the others.

 

In this tussle of showing political power, the Pakistan People’s Party decided that they wanted to do something that had never been done before

 

Bhutto Junior-est announced that he would be addressing different venues all over the country in jalsas via hologram

 

Now we’ve seen this before with Tupac concerts

Source: @westfesttv / youtube

 

And Michael Jackson tributes

Source: @johniadarola / youtube

 

But we haven’t really seen holograms during political gatherings and rallies in Pakistan

 

People were quick to put up possible images from the rallies

 

And there were those showering their party’s leader with love

 

However, there were also people who weren’t impressed and brought up other issues prevalent in Sindh

 

And those who were questioning his capabilities as a leader

 

Some even brought his father, Asif Ali Zardari, into the conversation

 

There were obvious accusations of the party using the money, that was intended for health, education and food in Sindh, for holograms

 

There was this response, but we’re still trying to figure out whether this is serious or sarcastic

 

Some people pointed out the fact that PPP is technically not the first party to have introduced the technology to Pakistan

 

More connections were drawn, and at this point, it seemed like people were drawing comparisons just for the sake of it

 

PML-N (we’re presuming) was also dragged into the thread

 

And people had genuine concerns about issues of more importance to the people, especially since Sindh’s waste disposal crisis has been increasingly getting worse

 

People definitely weren’t letting the PTI thing go

 

And obvious jokes were cracked

 

Some were hard hitting

 

And some were just hopeful/less

 

But fun was had with Bilawal’s hologram announcement

 

All in all, while the Twitter-nation did not receive Bilawal’s holographic news too well, we’re yet to see if this trick worked in pulling in crowds to watch Bilawal speak to his party workers and followers.

 


Cover image via: dawn.com



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