He knew it was wrong as he said "I'm sorry for sounding insensitive at a time of grief..." but even that didn't stop him
He knew it was wrong as he said "I'm sorry for sounding insensitive at a time of grief..." but even that didn't stop him

Many took to social media yesterday to mourn the death of Begum Kulsoom Nawaz, wife of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, who passed away in London after a months-long battle with cancer.

One of those people was Hamza Ali Abbasi...except not really.

He clubbed his condolence message with a plea to not let her death create sympathy for her jailed family members, all in the same breath:

He didn't just stop there; he tweeted some more, even acknowledging that this was not an appropriate time to say all of this: "I'm sorry for sounding insensitive at a time of grief..."

While PTI leaders seemed to demonstrate an understanding that someone's passing is not a time to do politicking, Hamza clearly missed that memo. Thankfully, many on Twitter wasted no time in reminding him of the same:






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