Areeba Habib went on Geo’s Jashan-e-Cricket to talk about her profession, industry, and sociopolitical issues. Politicians, according to the Jalan actress, should attend schools to acquire etiquette before entering politics.

The actress was responding to the recent event of Opposition Leader Shehbaz Sharif using profanity during his budget address.

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The head of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) was greeted with loud shouts and whistles from the Treasury benches shortly after he began speaking.

“I believe that before entering politics, they should all be enrolled to a finishing school where they may learn [manners] and how to interact with one another.”

“However, not everyone is like this; some decent [politicians] exist as well,” she said.

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When the presenter inquired about what they should study in high school, they replied, “What should they learn in high school?” Areeba Habib said that they needed to learn to be civilised and patient.