Famous media personality and evangelist Aamir Liaquat on Saturday resigned from Bol TV saying the channel owed him money.
The TV talk show host, who had earlier also resigned during a live programme, this time took to Twitter to announce his resignation from Bol TV. “The journey has come to an end and not a friendly end. Now I am not part of #BOL. They owe me my dues,” he tweeted.
— Aamir Liaquat Husain (@AamirLiaquat) November 18, 2017
The Bol Network was quick to respond to Liaquat’s announcement, calling it a thoroughly unprofessional practice. In a statement, it said, “Bol and its management had received no prior notice or intimation in this regard from Dr Aamir Liaquat’s side.”
Following Bol’s statement, Liaquat again took to Twitter, this time through a video message, where he rebuffed the criticism made by Bol TV. Liaquat claimed that he had given prior intimation and had also returned the company’s vehicles for his use.
“However, I have kept one vehicle with me, which I will only return when my dues are cleared,” he said.