Pakistan PM Imran Khan forgets sentence on live TV, Twitter asks ‘hain?’

Pak PM Imran Khan wins trust vote in National Assembly
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Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan recently had a brain fade moment durong a press conference. Not only this, the brain fade moment was aired on live television and now it is going insanely viral on the internet.

A day after suffering a major backlash in the senate elections, Pakistan PM addressed the nation on Thursday night. During his speech, PM Khan questioned the responsibilities of Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) and also said that he will seek a vote of confidence.

However, he has grabbed netizens’ attention not for his speech but something rather unusual- a brain fade moment. Imran Khan was in the middle of a sentence when he clearly forgot what he was about to say and went blank.

Pakistani journalist Naila Inayat posted a video of the Pakistan PM forgetting his sentence midway. “Yeh jo sare… bade bade… bade bade… kya hain ye? … jo bhi hain (All these… big big… big big… what are they… whatever they are),” is heard saying in the video.

Sharing the video, Naila wrote, “hain?”

How did internet react?

Since being shared, the 17-secodn-video clip has gone viral and has managed to garner more than 98,700 views.

One user said, “Urdu mein whatever ki translation.” Another asked, “Kahna kya chahte ho??

A third user referred to a popular dialogue of the Bollywood movie Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge and tweeted, “Bade bade shehron mein aisi choti choti baatein hoti rehti hain.” Yet another joked, “A visual representation of me during Viva.”

Meanwhile, during his speech, Khan said, “Vote for me if you want…I am fine to sit on the opposition benches…fine by me…I am not power-hungry.”

“There will be no difference in my life if I’m not in power, but I have a message for all of you, whether I sit in opposition or am even outside of the assembly, I will not leave anyone of you until you return this country’s money” Khan added

He also said that he will seek a  vote of confidence from the Parliament 12:15 pm on Saturday.