Imran Khan mocked Bilawal Zardari for his comments about the rain
Pakistani politicians have a knack for being ruthlessly savage to each other for everything other than actual policies. It’s very easy for our leaders to joke about their opponents for their gender, sexuality or even the way someone speaks. So of course our Prime Minister took a recent opportunity to troll the Chairman of the opposing PPP while at an event.
Prime Minister Imran Khan just mocked Bilawal Zardari while giving a speech at the inauguration of the Hazara motorway
While at the inauguration ceremony for the Havelian-Mansehra section of the Hazara motorway, PM Khan gave a speech. In his remarks he went after the opposition parties, particularly the JUI-F for the dharna which he referred to as a “circus of containers”.
While going after the opposition parties, he also trolled Bilawal Zardari for his comments that the PPP leader made when the rain caused flooding in Karachi, recently.
Theory of bilawal descripted by Imran khan۔
He was in good mood today۔
— Moavia Yaqub (@bin_yaqub777) November 18, 2019
In other remarks made at the inauguration ceremony during his speech PM Khan also taunted the Azadi March members for calling off their dharna too soon. While talking about himself, the Prime Minister said if there’s an expert on dharnas he’s standing in front of you.
While the crowd received the trolling with a thunderous applause, people on social media are divided about Imran Khan mocking Bilawal Zardari
Many people find it really funny, particularly the way PM Khan mocked Bilawal’s style of speaking
— Irfan (@hereisIrfan) November 18, 2019
— Maryam (@BefourMaryam) November 18, 2019
Others are calling it unbecoming a Prime Minister that Imran Khan mocked Bilawal Zardari
Imran critisizing bilawal on his urdu is so lowly of a pm but just fit for #pmselect. No matter how much you and your cronies poke fun at him he won't let you guys and your fake tabdeeli off the hook.
— salma jafar (@Chiltan) November 18, 2019
This is very disturbing to see the Prime Minister of Pakistan acting like a Comedian where he is trying to mimic Bilawal Bhutto in a public gathering. When will he understand that he needs to act according to the designation he is holding since a year? #ImranKhan pic.twitter.com/Tcv5WVcyCE
— Asma Barjees (@asmabarjees) November 18, 2019
Says the man who as PM spoke about train on speed of light …after two days of chutti … Bilawal ki umpire ki ungli Wali baat dil pe le li khan sab ne https://t.co/ieEcMVYpNW
— meena gabeena (@gabeeno) November 18, 2019
Feeling the burn, Bilawal Zardari retorted after all the trolling from the Prime Minister
Na liberal hoon, Na corrupt hoon aur Na hi munafiq. Main taraki-pasand aur nazriyati hoon. Aik saal say siyasat main hoon. Tum 70 saal kay burhay ho, 20 saal say selected siyasat kartay aa rahay ho. Agar Imran ki koi pehchaan hai – tau woh U-turn hai, munafiqat hai, katputli hai.
— BilawalBhuttoZardari (@BBhuttoZardari) November 18, 2019
People reminded Bilawal of all the times he also passed cheap comments about the Prime Minister
Wouldn’t appreciate IK mimicking Bilawal…but no one bothered to teach Bilawal some ethics when he was calling a sitting Prime Minster “beghairat”.
Not to forget how casually Shireen Mazari took it.
— Komal Pervaiz (@PervaizKomal) November 18, 2019
Such “funny” comments sure do serve as a good fodder for political supporters on each side to troll the other but as politicians, especially for leaders of their respective parties, it’s rather pathetic for Imran Khan and Bilawal to behave the way that they are.
This is not the first time Imran Khan trolled Bilawal, earlier during a speech he called Bilawal sahiba, apparently taunting the PPP leader for his effeminate style. Similarly, Bilawal has also not let any opportunity go for taking cheap shots at the Prime Minister. Such playground potshots are best left in the playgrounds, coming from the mouths of political leaders and adults they just make these politicians appear as terribly juvenile.
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