Pakistanis Can't Stop Trolling Chief Of Army Staff General Bajwa's Son's Wedding After The Pictures Came Out

By Rameeza Ahmad | 13 Nov, 2018

Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa’s son, Saad Bajwa, got married recently.


Photos of the guy’s various wedding events have been circulating on social media

Source: All Pakistan Drama Page / Facebook


The Valima event was attended by quite a lot of people, including Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Dr. Arif Alvi.

Source: @peaceforchange / Twitter



And while the couple received a lot of praise and well wishes


There were some who had other ideas after seeing the pictures

Now, before we dive deeper into this – let’s just keep one thing in mind. This is all light humor, nothing is unpatriotic about these young kids having a bit of fun just like young kids do anywhere around the world. So let’s just laugh at these photos as we’re supposed to, and move on.


And people had some advice for Major-General Asif Ghafoor


Lol didn’t know General Asif Ghafoor wasn’t married… you learn something new everyday


And of course, enter the salty ex who never misses an opportunity for point scoring.

Pakistanis are incredibly creative. I mean they turned harmless pictures of General Bajwa’s son’s wedding into memes and jokes. Well, at least we have a good sense of humor.

What do you think about these memes? Let us know in the comments.


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