Candidate favouring ‘partial corruption’ seeks to bring change

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Candidate favouring ‘partial corruption’ seeks to bring change
Amber Shahzada is contesting from NA-125 Lahore as an independent candidate. Photo: Twitter

In a period when a three-time chose elected prime minister can be ousted on the basis of corruption allegations. Daring candidate has come forth with a unique slogan that satirically favours ‘partial corruption’.

Amber Shahzada, contesting from NA-125 Lahore as an independent candidate, seeks votes through pro-corruption slogans.

“Thori corruption kaam ziada, wazir-e-azam Amber Shahzada (little corruption, more work, Amber Shazada for PM),” catchy, isn’t it?

Not only that, the eccentric candidate has his ‘Aap Janab party’.

Shahzada’s election symbol is ‘spoon’ and he has invited all candidates who didn’t get tickets or independent to join him so he can win the election and form a government with them.

“The issues of the country can be resolved if leaders are corrupt out of need. If they [leaders] partake in corruption according to their, the rest of society will not even think of corruption,” Amber Shahzada told Geo.tv Reporter.

Shahzada is known for wearing sunglasses and when asked why responded: “I wear sunglasses because I cannot look into the eyes of the public because I am a corrupt politician.”

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