There are two kinds of people in our country. Ones who’re overly-enthusiastic about Pakistani politics, and the other who’re overly enthusiastic about Pakistani politics.
Given the above “scientifically proven” fact, you must by now know that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif is scheduled for an open-heart surgery on Tuesday 31st May 2016, in London.
— Newsweek Pakistan (@NewsweekPak) May 28, 2016
This is the same person who’s mocked, bashed, verbally abused on various online forums and mercilessly attacked every single day of his tenure.
Is he the only one, though? Is this not what Pakistanis are most obsessed with? Unapologetically grilling the national government, be it a democratic or a uniformed one.
But there’s one more thing Pakistanis are best known for. And that is, coming together in chaos.
We see it whenever mother nature strikes. We see it every time an external power tries to divide us. We see it on the streets of London and NYC when racist remarks are hurled at us. This nation knows when to come together and become one. Undivided and united in its opinion. Which is the most beautiful of all forms of patriotism.
Today again, we stand as one, as we pray for the speedy recovery of our Prime Minister. Today he’s not Nawaz Sharif. Today he’s not Mian Saab. Today he’s not Ganja Sher. Today, he’s nothing but the esteemed Premier of our country.
This is what our countrymen have been talking about while our PM awaits his open-heart surgery this Tuesday.
— Maiza Hameed (@MaizaHameed) May 29, 2016
This little kid is ALL OF US right now.
— Ahmed Quraishi (@AQpk) May 27, 2016
Come on guys we need this trend on top of the world list #GetWellSoonPMSharif
— Zayd Hussain Nawaz S (@zayd280) May 27, 2016
— Aamir Rabbani (@AamirRabani) May 27, 2016
Are we there yet though?
You don't need to be a patwari to say #GetWellSoonPMSharif, you only need to think like a human.
— Jawed Rao (@jawaidislam_) May 27, 2016
Wellll…he has a point.
— آم اچار (@AamAchar) May 28, 2016
President telephones PM Sharif for health https://t.co/x8b8tgXrap Such Tv
— khalidrafiq (@khalidrafiq102) May 29, 2016
In case you thought you’re bad at phone calls…
— Rana Umar (@Khanumar832Rana) May 27, 2016
A little laugh never killed nobody
Get well soon so that Insafians can continue their keyboard Jihaad! #GetWellSoonPMSharif
— Aimal Khan (@SurkhPosh) May 27, 2016
Because obv PTI cannot be NOT dragged into this…
There were wishes from the other side of the border, too
My best wishes to PM Nawaz Sharif Sahab for his open heart surgery on Tuesday. And for his speedy recovery & good health. @MaryamNSharif
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 28, 2016
— Sumaira Jamil (@realsumera_) May 27, 2016
Despite our disagreement on most of the things, prayers for you #GetWellSoonPMSharif
— Abeer (@DMisHaram) May 27, 2016
Let’s call a truce.
Get well soon Mr.Prime Minister! Let’s save the debate for another day, folks (Y)
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