Aamir Liaquat is back again

Aamir Liaquat Hussain, a popular TV personality and PTI leader, is known for generating news for all the wrong reasons. Whether it’s through tumultuous marriages, on-screen antics, or controversial utterances, the famed host knows how to stay in the negative spotlight.

Aamir is a frequent Twitter user, and his comments frequently irritate social media users due to his political opinions. His recent comments on the country’s rising rate of khula (divorces) have sparked outrage on the microblogging website.

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“In one year, 100,000 women petitioned the courts for khula, and more than ten thousand khula degrees were given!” Aamir posted on Twitter, without citing sources.

Aamir Liaquat blaming modern women for everything!

He also reasoned that certain characteristics in society should be held liable for the growth in the number of divorces, blaming “modern women.” “Willfulness, disobedience, ungratefulness, rumor, counsel from friends and moms, indifference, and media-created false hopes lead to khula.” Furthermore, he said, adding, “But this produces an otherworldly vacuum, which is termed remorse.”

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Twitteratis spoke up

Many people commented on Aamir’s troubling take on quote tweets, even though he turned off the responses to his tweet.

Another user quotes,

In 2018, Aamir married Tuba Aamir for the second time. However, the MNA came under fire for his marriage after a tweet from his first marriage’s daughter went viral on social media. Additionally, after being chastised for failing to care for his first family, Liaquat has finally answered.

“It feels like I’ve committed a severe sin since the news of my marriage spilled on social media,” he said in a three-minute video. “All I want to say in this regard is that whoever has been reporting on my personal life is not only exceedingly inappropriate but also incorrect.”

He went on to say, “Nobody came up to me and asked what had happened or what the true story was. What right do you have to meddle in someone’s private life? Who granted you the authority to do so? I don’t talk about my personal life in public and would like to keep it that way.”

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