A few days ago, a picture of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan (Pakistan PM Imran Khan) went viral on Twitter. On which people started giving different kinds of feedback. While some people wanted to know about his diet, some people did not like Khan’s way of eating food like this. He was having dinner talking with a man. Which is not considered a good habit, but Imran Khan has done such a thing many times before. Whose pictures are shared by people? In one picture, he is seen eating food while talking to the reporter.
Pakistan’s Twitter users could not stop themselves from commenting on the food of Imran Khan. It can be inferred from the pictures that their breakfast often includes eggs, mango or milk or all three. The whole affair started when a Twitter user tweeted the pictures of Imran Khan and wrote that Imran Khan has a strange habit of eating mango, curd and eggs together for breakfast while talking to someone.
Awam did a troll
Journalist Gharida Farooqui is seen taking photographs of Imran Khan in pictures many years ago. He wrote with Sad Emoji that he could not get breakfast. Many users also advised Imran Khan to ‘Share is caring’. See also how the people of Pakistan enjoyed their Pakistan-
Imran Khan has this inexplicable habit of eating a strange combination of mango slices, yogurt and eggs for breakfast while somebody else watches him eat. pic.twitter.com/0RWudQYbHM
– Irti Kazr (@IrtiKazr) March 18, 2021
The only thing I find weird about this is that his guests aren’t eating? 🤨 https://t.co/LOJLFrzAUZ
— SophiaQ (@SophiaAQ) March 18, 2021
teeno tasweeron main akela kha raha hai 😂😂 https://t.co/MJqlQdzkUj
– Umair (@alpaseeno) March 18, 2021
I’ve seen over 100 Aik Din Geo Kay Saath shows but @ImranKhanPTI was the only host who didn’t serve food to @suhailswarraich and chose to eat alone. Is it frugality or a lack of hospitality? #AikDinGeoKaySaath pic.twitter.com/IKl01PHB35
– Hamza Azhar Salam (@HamzaAzhrSalam) March 17, 2021
But sharing is caring https://t.co/uZSg4tTOvn
— SumetaAfzalSyed (@SumetaSyed) March 18, 2021