PPP hits Imran over Bilawal allusion
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While reacting to Prime Minister’s derisive allusion to Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s broken Urdu, the PPP chairman’s spokesman has retorted that Imran Khan could find a good role in theatre, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
The spokesman on Wednesday said that the mocking ‘selected premier’ could get a role in some theatre. He is an expert juggler who has failed to provide basic necessities of life including health and education to people, he added.
Prime Minister Imran Khan while addressing people during Sehat Card launching ceremony in Faisalabad earlier today mocked Bilawal’s Urdu without mentioning his name.
Bilawal’s spokesman derided that when it rained, more water descended and when Imran came, more inflation came. When Imran comes, prices of petrol, medicines, flour and sugar go up, he said adding that when Imran came, poor people died of poverty.
Spokesman Zulfiqar Ali Badr further said that Pakistan’s economy was constantly on the slide since the day Imran took reins of power.
He said had Imran taken care of people as Bilawal had done, the inflation would not have gone out of control.
He said that those who were sitting on the right and left side of the premier, they were all looters. What would be the future of a country whose rulers would put their money collected through foreign funding in gambling, he added.
He called upon the prime minister to tender his resignation.
Reporter M Kamran