Earlier in October, Imran Khan leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf put out a workout video as a warning to current Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Ahead of a massive protest planned against Sharif on November 2, the Islamabad Police had arrested Khan and 40 members of his party.
With these protests the PIT hopes that Islamabad will be on lockdown. Now, the former Pakistani cricket captain has released another video on the party's official Twitter handle telling the Pakistan PM to be "very scared". This time, Khan is doing 50 pushups alongside party workers, which he says means that he is "training his tigers".
The move is being seen as a counter to Rana Afzal, a member of National Assembly and the ruling party, asking questions about members of the Pakistani cricket team doing pushups to celebrate victory. Last week, the Government also banned its cricket team from doing them.