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Video: Imran Khan shared the leopard’s video, people said, ‘Brother, he would have become a better vlogger than PM’

Whenever the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan goes to do something good, he becomes a joke. On Saturday, Imran Khan shared footage of a snow leopard roaming and roaring on the snowy mountains in Khaplu area of ​​Gilgit-Baltistan. Commenting on this clip shared on Twitter, people enjoyed Imran Khan. Some people also shared memes about the former Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif.

Sharing the short video on Twitter, Imran Khan wrote in the caption, ‘Rare footage of a shy snow leopard in Khaplu, GB’. In the video, the white leopard can be seen sitting on a rock with snow all around. At the bottom of the video, people enjoying Imran Khan wrote, ‘Bhaiyya, you would have opened a vlog instead of becoming PM’. At the same time, a user wrote, ‘You will eat it too and sell its skin for a penny.’

‘Pay attention to the country a little’
Sharing the edited photo of Imran Khan, a user wrote, ‘Rare photo of a shy donkey, somewhere in Pakistan’. A user from Pakistan, advising Imran Khan, wrote, ‘Pay attention to the country a little.’ A Twitter user asked Imran Khan, ‘Did you really allow your social media manager to tweet this?’ The color of the snow leopard is white, due to which it is difficult to see in the snowy environment.

There are only 8000 snow leopards left in the world
The snow leopard animal is most active at dawn and dusk. They are mostly found in the areas associated with the Himalayas. Their species are found in 12 countries including India, China, Bhutan, Nepal, Russia and Mongolia. According to a media report, it is believed that only about 8000 snow leopards are left in the forests of the world. Imran Khan has shared this video at a time when the first case of Omicron has been registered in Pakistan on Saturday.


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