Bangladesh population

Pakistan Imran Khan talks about bad figure of independence era people Video goes viral

Imran Khan’s speech on the Pakistani population: A video of former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is going viral on social media. People are laughing after seeing this viral video. In the video, Imran Khan is seen talking about the people of Pakistan.

In the video, Imran Khan talks about the population of Pakistan at the time of independence but gets confused about the numbers and presents the wrong numbers. The person standing next corrects them. Imran Khan persists in belittling him but the man sticks to his point. Suddenly, Imran realizes his mistake and he presents the new figure again.

What did Imran Khan say?

In the video, Imran Khan is seen saying, “You think the population of Pakistan was 400 million. When Pakistan was formed, its population was 400 million. Today it is 22 crores. Said softly.. “40 lakhs..” Imran Khan said: “No, no.. 40 crores..” Then suddenly Imran realizes his mistake and he said: “Yes. Yes sorry, 40 lakhs..”

Error even after correction!

The interesting thing is that Imran Khan while correcting the error said that at the time of independence the population of Pakistan was 40 lakhs but this figure is also wrong. According to the 1951 census, it had a population of 75 million or seven and a half million, including West Pakistan and East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). If we exclude East Pakistan, that is to say present-day Bangladesh, the population of Pakistan was then 33.7 million, or 30 million seven million at the time. Imran Khan Many memes are made about the error of and users comment a lot.

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