In a hilarious incident, a television news debate on a Pakistani news channel turned violent after Prime Minister Imran Khan' Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader attacked one of the panellists over an argument. This incident happened during a live show.
As per a video of the incident, one of the panellists on the "News Line with Aftab Mugheri" show was PTI leader Masroor Ali Siyal, while another was Karachi Press Club President Imtiaz Khan.
The video of the debate-cum-wrestling match was originally shared by a Pakistani journalist on Twitter.
Is this Naya Pakistan? PTI's Masroor Ali Siyal attacks president Karachi press club Imtiaz Khan on live news show. pic.twitter.com/J0wPOlqJTt— Naila Inayat नायला इनायत (@nailainayat) June 24, 2019
In the video, PTI's Masroor Ali Siyal was seen having a debate with Imtiaz Khan, which soon turned violent. Siyal warned Khan of not tolerating such things (probably the way Imtiaz Khan was arguing).
Thereafter, Masoor attacked and pushed Imtiaz Khan off his chair. Imtiaz Khan was then seen attacking the PTI leader, while the others present in the TV studio were heard shouting "hato, hato".
Later, Masoor Ali Siyal took back his chair to sit while Imtiaz Khan walked out of the studio. After a few minutes, he returned and was heard warning the PTI leader of filing a case over the incident.
The video of the incident has been widely shared on social media. One of the users said, "After beating Imtiaz Khan, OTI's Masroor Ali Siyal takes his chair back as if nothing happened while Imtiaz Khan is thrown out of the show. Naya Pakistan."
After beating Imtiaz Khan, OTI's Masroor Ali Siyal takes his chair back as if nothing happened while Imtiaz Khan is thrown out of the show. Naya Pakistan. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣— Prof. Moriarty (@DesiOptimystic) June 24, 2019
Another user said, "Fun part was after that brawl, apne apne baal sawaar ke phir baith gaye ek doosre ke bagal me."
Fun part was after that brawl, apne apne baal sawaar ke phir baith gaye ek doosre ke bagal me 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣— arun thakur🇮🇳 (@arunthakur_19) June 24, 2019