Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan
PTI

Having a brain-fade moment is not uncommon. Many a times you step into a room and forget the purpose of coming in, don't you? But a brain fade moment on National TV while addressing millions, that too on a serious issue is not very common. Pakistani PM Imran was hilariously trolled by Twitter user after his on air goof-up.

PM Imran Khan had a live telecast to the nation late on Thursday night after Senate election results in which the opposition managed to stage an upset. The Pakistani PM explained the political situation in the country that emerged after He lashed out at the opposition Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) for “making a mockery of democracy”, while also calling out the ECP for “protecting those who made money by holding the Senate elections through secret ballot," reports Dawn.

He started the address by saying “It is important to talk about it and explain it, because the problems in our country can be understood through the kind of election that happened."

However, after a while, Imran Khan had a brain fade moment on live TV which was posted by Pakistani journalist Naila Inayat on Twitter.

Twitter users came up with hilarious replies to the on-air goof-up by the PM Imran Khan.

In his address, PM also talked about PDM leaders saying: “I have one message, if my power goes, then what difference does it make? Did I make any factories or give big positions to my relatives? Have I bought big homes in Mayfair? I live in my own home, the only expense of the government on me is of travel and security."

“There will be no difference in my life if I’m not in power, but I have a message for all of you, whether I sit in opposition or am even outside of the assembly, I will not leave anyone of you until you return this country’s money,” he added.

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