Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) chief and former defence minister Khawaja Asif on Friday claimed that the federal government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was underneath the specter of Prime Minister Imran Khan himself, suggesting that it’s one thing about the way in which he talks.
Taking to Twitter, Asif mentioned, “The incumbent authorities will not be threatened by a vocal opposition or the media. The menace can not be averted even when they fall silent.”
موجودہ حکومت کو میڈیا یا اپوزیشن کے بولنے سےکوئی خطرہ نہیں۔ انکے خاموش ھو نے سےخطرہ ٹل نہیں سکتا۔اصل خطرہ وزیراعظم کے بولنے سے ھے۔ اونوں کون چپ کروائے
— Khawaja M. Asif (@KhawajaMAsif) December 7, 2018
“The precise hazard to the federal government is by the prime minister [Imran Khan] talking,” he mentioned and added, “[But] who can ask him to not converse.”
The premier’s remarks typically make headlines for the improper causes. In an interview earlier, he mentioned that “after I come throughout any injustice [in the news] on the TV, after which, angered, I say to my spouse Bushra, see what an injustice that is, and she or he says, you’re the prime minister.”
PM Khan was additionally mocked by social media customers over his concept to spice up financial system by offering chickens and eggs to the ladies dwelling within the rural areas throughout his handle at a ceremony relating to the completion of first 100 days of the PTI authorities.
He had additionally reportedly hinted at midterm elections, which the opposition mentioned the nation couldn’t afford at this stage. In his handle, the premier had additionally highlighted authorities’s efficiency, in addition to laid out his plans to enhance the financial system and governance.