By Irum Saleem
The Sharifs and Zardaris are big thieves one may agree with Imran Khan. But the way he targeting them in public outings is a language worthy of a prime minister.
PM Khan’s speeches are seen in the context of increasing pressure on him in the context of no trust move against him
Khan is using harsh and foul language against his opponents that was unbecoming of a person holding such a high office.
Unfortunately he also piled on criticism of the EU and the US at a time when Pakistan needs to balance its relationship between the West and Russia in the wake of the invasion of Ukraine.
This undiplomatic attack by PM Khan may create diplomatic problems for Pakistan and it is rather unfortunate that his advisers could not convince him to not take such a harsh position publicly
On Wednesday Khan went an extra mile saying his “gun” is now aimed at PPP co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari who is his “next target”.What a pity on this man. This also shows Khan earlier had someone else in his target like elder Sharif.
When a carpet is beaten by someone,the blow is not against the carpet but against the dust in it.— Zillay Shah (@AlikhanSiraj) March 9, 2022
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Khan dis not stop here turning his guns on PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif and declared him a “boot polisher”. One must ask Khan is SS only boot polisher ….who was doing boot polishing before him. Was he Khan ..no no …he was not. PAK DESTINY