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What did Amir Liaquat say in his last tweet?

Controversial television and public personality's last tweet was on June 2
Amir Liaquat Hussain
Amir Liaquat Hussain

Amir Liaquat Hussain’s last post on Twitter before his death was addressed to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan, the former prime minister, and head of the party on whose ticket he won the election.

“Imran Khan, Pakistan is a country that came into being so that it could survive and last,” he said in an apparent jibe at Imran over his remarks that the incumbent government’s policies would lead to Pakistan splintering into groups.

“It is not Khawar Maneka’s home which was destroyed even during Iddat,” read the tweet from June 2 in a personal attack on Imran over his marriage to Bushra Bibi.

In Islam, Iddat is the period a woman must spend following a divorce or her husband’s death before remarrying. This stipulation is in place to ensure there are no issues over paternity.

It was implied that Imran Khan and his wife didn’t observe the period of 90 days or three lunar months that is required by Islamic law.

In another tweet a little earlier, he took another potshot at Imran over the comment. “If something is straightforward, it cannot be twisted,” he said on Imran’s statement.

“Imran Khan has spoken very directly about the dismemberment of the country (Khakim Badhan) and the destruction of the army,” he reiterated.

He continued that Imran’s supporters, including journalists, will try to reframe his statement in order to protect him. “There’s no point to (saving him). He will make another mistake. Mark my words!”

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