Jahangir Tareen Is Traveling All Over Pakistan For Independent Candidates And Pakistanis Can’t Stop Making Jokes

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Jahangir Tareen Is Traveling All Over Pakistan For Independent Candidates And Pakistanis Can’t Stop Making Jokes. Jahangir Tareen Becomes the Latest Meme of Pakistan, he is Traveling All Over Pakistan For Independent Candidates And Pakistanis Can’t Stop Making Jokes for PTI.Jahangir Tareen Is Traveling All Over Pakistan For Independent Candidates And Pakistanis Can’t Stop Making Jokes

Jahangir Tareen Is Traveling All Over Pakistan For Independent Candidates And Pakistanis Can’t Stop Making Jokes

Jahangir Tareen is a member of PTI, for which he was the General Secretary before resigning in late 2017 following his disqualification as an MNA, when the courts declared Jahangir Tareen as not being sadiq and ameen.

Twitter had a field day as disqualified Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Jahangir Tareen took charge of wooing independent candidates in order for the Imran Khan-led party to gather enough seats to form a government in the centre and Punjab.

With the PTI and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) embroiled in a tussle for the control of Punjab and PTI jockeying to make a government in the centre, Tareen was at the forefront of horse-trading on behalf of his party.

As news reports did rounds of Tareen visiting different independent candidates who had emerged victors during the July 25 polls across Pakistan, Twitter was flooded with memes.

Jahangir Tareen Is Traveling All Over Pakistan For Independent Candidates And Pakistanis Can’t Stop Making Jokes

Here are 11 hilarious memes that have us in fits:

Now this is a sucha dost!

And of course, people noticed how good he is at what he’s doing.

They’re appreciating his efforts of sweeping the length and breadth of the country for independent candidates to join PTI and form a government..

PTI has declared that they are in a position to form the government in Punjab as they have successfully obtained 140 seats after the addition of independents, along with the support of the the PML-Q’s eight seats and the Balochistan Awami Party’s one seat.

PML-N was previously in the lead with 129 seats, while the PTI was on its heels with 123 seats.

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