PPP leaders castigate Sh Rashid over warning to Bilawal

Nasir Hussain asked why does Sh Rashid mind when others answer Imran Khan’s abuses: Shazia says Sh Rashid’s politics revolves around polishing shoes of dictators, ‘selected’: Imran Khan a ‘political scorpion’

By: News Desk
Published: 03:50 PM, 27 Mar, 2022
PPP leaders castigate Sh Rashid over warning to Bilawal
Caption: File photo of Nasir Hussain Shah.
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The leaders of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Sunday castigated Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid over his warning to PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and asked him to stop hurling threats as everyone knew how big a braggart he was.

According to 24NewsHD TV channel, Sindh Minister for Local Governments Nasir Hussain Shah said, “Of what status Sheikh Rashid is to give warning to Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.”

He questioned, “Is Imran Khan licensed to hurl abuses at all? Why does Sheikh Rashid mind when someone answers Imran Khan’s abuses?”

Moreover, PPP-Parliamentarians Information Secretary Shazia Marri said, “Is Sheikh Rashid an interior minister or a street thug? Do not hurl threats because everyone knows how big a braggart you are.”

She added, “No one knows when Sheikh Rashid finds a narrow escape to avoid the changing circumstances. His politics starts from polishing the shoes of dictators and ends at lifting the shoes of the ‘selected’.”

The spokesperson for the Bilawal House termed Prime Minister Imran Khan a political scorpion that had bitten the country’s economy.

“The government wants to give surprise by showing one million people sitting at 5,000 chairs,” remarked the spokesperson and alleged modern cameras, that show one person as one thousand people in film, had been brought to cover the PTI’s public meeting.

“The selected prime minister has crossed all the limits of insanity. The no-confidence motion cannot be contested on Twitter or with 5,000 chairs. The government has failed to gather 10,000 people in Islamabad even after running free trains across the country.”

Reporters: Usman Javed Malik, Muhammad Kamran