Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari angry over sharing fake engagement video

Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari

Daughter of Asif Zardari Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari has expressed anger over sharing fake videos even before her engagement.

In a tweet yesterday, Bakhtawar clarified that the fake videos were shared before the due date and the video does not belong to him and has nothing to do with it.

The video was shared by a lawyer named Anis Jilani, while sharing the link, Bakhtawar wrote, “The date of engagement on the card is clearly stated on November 27 but if you can't read, at least make sure that Bakhtawar or his family is nowhere in these videos.

After Bakhtawar's tweet, Anis Jilani apologized in the comments section and said that he had deleted the video.

Anis Jilani wrote, "I did not mean to discredit you. Please enjoy your engagement, best wishes for your future. 

Before that statement issued by the PPP media cell on Tuesday, November 18, introduced Bakhtawar's fianc Mahmood Chaudhry and clarified some contradictory reports circulating in the media.

According to the statement, Mahmood Chaudhry's parents Muhammad Younis and mother Suraya Begum are from old Lahore. Who moved to the UAE in 1973 and after hard work established his business in the construction and transport industry. 

According to the statement, Bakhtawar fiance Mahmood Chaudhry is the youngest of five siblings.

He was born on July 28, 1988 in Abu Dhabi after completing his primary education there; he went to the UK for secondary schooling,.Mahmood Chaudhry studied law at the University of Dirham.

It should be noted that some media houses had claimed that Younis Chaudhry's family has American citizenship.

There are also instructions for guests invited to the card engagement due to the Corona virus epidemic, according to which special care will be taken of social distance.

Guests will be required to undergo a corona test before the event, which will result in a negative copy of the e-mail, after which they will be allowed to attend the event.