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Watch: Protesters with ‘chor, chor’ chants heckle Pak minister on London streets

Videos from the spot showed the Information and Broadcast Minister of Pakistan remaining visibly calm as protesters screamed at her with megaphones.

The only way of expression is through your voice and vote, Pakistan minister Marriyum Aurangzeb told a protester

Pakistan minister Marriyum Aurangzeb was faced with supporters of former Pak PM Imran Khan’s supporters in London, who heckled her at a coffee shop, before following her out on the streets, shouting ‘chor, chor (thief, thief)’.

“Look at her roaming in London with money looted from Pakistan,” the protesters are heard saying, as they follow her through the streets.

Videos from the spot showed the Information and Broadcast Minister of Pakistan remaining visibly calm as protesters screamed at her with megaphones.

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In one of the visuals, a woman protester is heard saying, “Yeh (Aurangzeb) hain hee begairat (she is immodest).”

In a clip posted by journalist Ihtisham Ul Haq, the minister, who is a PML(N) leader, is seen patiently responding to a protester’s questions.

“You must have a sister and a mother. If someone heckles them on the streets the way you are heckling me, then what message is going out? Just now 20 people from the PTI (Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf) were here with mics. They were abusing me and they were calling out names without any reaction from me. This is no way. It doesn’t bother me. I only rise by showing patience and tolerance,” Aurangzeb tells a protester.

“The only way of expression is through your voice and vote,” she says.

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