Pakistan's biggest dam: PM Khan in another slip of tongue gaffe
Prime Minister Imran Khan usually prefers to speak his heart out at his own at every forum instead of preparing beforehand or consulting notes.
No doubt, PM Khan has his own personality aura and usually, he speaks everything that his audience like to listen. But whenever it comes to some historic, geographical or religious references, one can feel he seriously needs to have some written notes before quoting such things.
But in the heat of the moment and the excitement behind, our ‘handsome’ and over-zealous PM always gives opportunity by committing the blunders that proved embarrassing afterwards.
Whether it is the border sharing between Germany and Japan or 12 seasons Pakistan enjoys in a year, his every gaffe and slip of tongue put his fans and followers in a difficult position as the opponents would put them to the sword with every wrong word he says. And it also overshadows his very good intentions and overall speech with blunders taking the limelight.
The same was the case during his address to a gathering in Chilas after visiting the construction site of Diamer-Bhasha Dam, where he termed the dam as the biggest in the country. But this time he soon realised his ‘claim’ and rectified it promptly after some help from the audience that it would be the third big dam in Pakistan.
Listen for yourself:
It seems that at this rate, either our beloved PM would rewrite the history or would make history in the realm of the slip of tongues and gaffes.