London: Teenager launches ‘Insaaf Ki Umeed’ after having a heated verbal conversation with Abid Sher Ali
Speaking at the event, Shayan said, "I am not from the PTI. My campaign is against corruption, and I invited people from all political parties to support me in this endeavor."
A 16-year-old boy involved in a heated verbal conversation with the former PMLN Minister, Abid Sher Ali, at a restaurant in London has launched his own platform named “Insaaf Ki Umeed” to end Pakistan’s corruption and return the “looted wealth” to the country from Britain.
Shayan Ali came into the public eye after his video went viral on the internet showing the teenager and his parents involved in a heated argument with the PMLN leader at a North London restaurant.
After that, Shayan released several videos on his social media platforms, explaining his version and criticizing Abid Sher Ali.
Three weeks after the incident, the 16-year-old organized a protest at 10 Downing Street to announce the launch of his “movement” that he would lead to end corruption in Pakistan.
Around 40 people attended the launching ceremony of the new platform outside 10 Downing Street in London.
Speaking at the event, Shayan said, “I am not from the PTI. My campaign is against corruption, and I invited people from all political parties to support me in this endeavor.”
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