Social media is a place of humor, panic, and wonders. Recently,’Nara gate’ has taken Twitter by storm and has people pondering why they’re even conferring drawstrings. Maulana Tariq Jamil’s Fashion Brand MTJ Under Hot Water Over Naara Controversy.
Moreover, Maulana Tariq Jamil’s launched his flagship store in Karachi for his under signature brand MTJ recently and there’s already a hullabaloo steeping. His representatives had to state to clarify that they aren’t selling naaras or drawstrings for shalwars for Rs550. Omg, it is rib-tickling…!
Taking to Twitter, a user shared the ‘vital’ clarification
It was also posted on MTJ’s Instagram page. Read of the announcement clearly states,
“It has come to our notice that MTJ-Tariq Jamil is being accused of selling drawstrings (Nara) for Rs550 apiece. We would like to clarify that the news is fake. We do not manufacture drawstrings (Nara) and our stores and website have never placed any such article for sale. Please beware of spreading false news and help us report those who are involved in this malpractice,”
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Maulana Tariq Jamil’s Fashion Brand MTJ Under Hot Water Over Naara Controversy
The statement came after a user on Twitter spread false information that the brand had been keeping high-profit margins and demonstrating hypocrisy and capitalism while its owner was often heard scorning traders for doing the same.
However, if anything, social media starts producing memes and trolling with some loud humor in a… nara controversy.
Maulana Tariq Jamil Official wants you to know that MTJ is not selling naaras for 550 rs. Vital. Pass it on. pic.twitter.com/ig4yfbhGW7
— Salaar Khan (@Brainmasalaar) May 1, 2021
Guys, don’t get your naaras in a twist with all these fake news! 🤭 https://t.co/QjIbfqiPuZ
— Shanzzify (@booksNowls) May 2, 2021
for what it’s worth, I now know that Nara are called “Drawstrings” in English. Thanks MTJ. https://t.co/6Tg3mb1FxS
— m (@iammobeen123) May 1, 2021
Many users find it offending and were furious and affronted that a religious scholar was being slurred and jumped straight to his defense.
When all the remaining brands tailored for the elite sell at atrocius prices no one blinks an eye, and here awam has found some attention in a fake nara news.
A class hypocrisy. https://t.co/1u9dunffWg
— Ziad Ahmed (@ziaadahmed15) May 2, 2021
People will have audacity to prebook stuff on Elan or buy dresses from Ali Xeeshan for 2 lacks but will shit their pants if someone tries to open a business. This nation literally has no end goal, from top to bottom, sab ke sab lanti hain. https://t.co/nV6re2nu3P
— Fahad Mirza (@fahaadmirza) May 2, 2021
Log jal jal k mar jayein gy Allah Moulana Sahab ko or izat day ga. As long as he is doing what is halaal nobody should have any issue with him. https://t.co/4i7uTCo27J
— Dopamine (@dreamer_3216) May 2, 2021
Only in Pakistan you can witness a scandal over nara. And then owners actually clarify it by making a public announcement. I- 😭😭😭😭 https://t.co/dbe8OscK1J
— Aimen. (@Lionel_Massii) May 1, 2021
People on social media do not miss a trivial opportunity to mock and pinch the situation, as it is all about the digital world. Behind screens, everyone is a predator and on the other side, a victim. No one bothers to get news validation as it would spoil the MELIGN FUN.