Khawaja Saad Rafique Lost Against Imran Khan In The Recount And People Can't Stop Trolling Him

By Sahar Basit | 30 Jul, 2018

Ever since election day, it has been pretty chaotic with the delayed result announcements and the PML-N, among other parties, completely freaking out and crying dhandli!!

Amongst those contesting the result of his constituency is none other than Khawaja Saad Rafique. He claims that he personally saw rigging of over 100 votes and demanded a recount. And that’s exactly what he got… only it didn’t bear the fruit he was hoping for…


After having won the election from this halka in 2013 by a SIGNIFICANT margin, Rafique refused to believe that he had now lost in 2018:


When the recount didn’t lead to the results he hoped for, this is what he had to say


So after Saad Rafique was once again defeated by Imran Khan and now the “Twitterverse” couldn’t help but comment:


Some people are trying to give him hosla and urging him to stay with the truth


Others… not so much


The jokes about his loss are getting a little out of hand


And people have lots of advice for him


Looks like this week hasn’t been the best for Rafique Sahab but needless to say we’re all excited to see how this change in governance plays out.

What are your thoughts on this year’s election? Comment below and let us know.



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