Zardari, Shujaat’s therapeutic massage chairs steal highlight forward of crunch Punjab CM election

Veteran politicians Chaudhry Shujaat and Asif Zardari having a gathering in Lahore. — Photograph from Twitter

LAHORE: PPP supremo Asif Ali Zardari met PML-Q President Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain twice on Thursday to debate the continued political scenario within the nation forward of the essential Punjab chief minister election.

Zardari was at Hussain’s residence for a lot of hours in his last-ditch effort to rescue the scenario for the coalition companions and to save lots of Punjab for the PML-N.

The veteran politicians, in one of many conferences that continued for a number of hours, used therapeutic massage chairs, an image of which was additionally launched to the media. The picture triggered a meme flood on social media with the chairs stealing the limelight.

The picture offered netizens with fodder to lighten the temper amid a tense political surroundings within the nation’s largest province.  

Here is how Twitterati reacted:

‘I need these chairs’

Journalist Mehreen Zahra Malik expressed her want to personal the therapeutic massage chairs.

“I need these chairs,” she stated in response to a tweet.

‘An image is value a thousand  phrases’

Nasir Ahmed Kashmiri shared the image of the 2 leaders having a dialogue whereas seated on the therapeutic massage chairs and stated: “An image is value a thousand phrases.”

‘Spectacular second’

Person Hamadullah Awan believes that it’s an “spectacular second”.

‘Lazy Boy’

One other consumer   Blabidin shared the supposed make and fashions of the recliners.

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