Hamza Ali Abbasi To Sacrifice Acting Career for Imran Khan
Pakistani actor Hamza Ali Abbasi has really something special inside. He has courage to speak about every negative change in the region. From Kashmir issue to PANAMA issue.
His courage to speak without fear always keeps in headlines. His Facebook account was removed by the social media site when he praised a deceased separatist commander killed by Indian forces in Indian-held Kashmir.
His TV show was banned in Ramazan by Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA). He was given a legal notice by Punjab Government when he spoke about the wave of child abductions across the province.
The patriotic actor Hamza Ali Abbasi expressed in a recent post that he will be attending the Islamabad lockdown as announced by PTI Chairperson Imran Khan on 2nd of November.
He said that no matter what happens and he is even ready to sacrifice his career if that what his participation would take.
Hamza Ali Abbasi Facebook Post
8 months since Panama Leaks, our system cannot punish a man who holds the highest public office and whose corruption has been proved by documented evidence.
Essentially we are giving a free license to the powerful people to do whatever they want with zero accountability. Even a 100 CPEC projects and countless motorways will not be able to save our country if corruption becomes a norm and an accepted practice.
How will a nation where corruption isnt a serious crime, stand for Kashmir? I am not a politician, not an office bearer of PTI neither do i want any election ticket.
As a PAKISTANI i will be a part of 2nd November Movement even if it means an end to my media career and my fan base. #PakistanZindabad
Hamza Ali Abbasi also posted later, “Shame on you Nawaz Sharif. 4 days to go till 2nd November. #ImranKhan #ShameOnDictatorNawaz”.
Meanwhile, Police on Thursday arrested over 100 workers of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) as they gathered in Sector E-11 area to attend a Youth Convention ahead of party’s planned “lockdown” of the federal capital and hours after Islamabad High Court’s order against the PTI’s plan.