Neither is he a messiah nor a savior. He is NOT the anti-corruption hero. Plus, he isn’t honest as well. So what is Imran Khan? He is not financially corrupt, true. He is a celebrity, yes. He was a champion cricketer, also true. He is a philanthropist. And, he is handsome.
“Youthia” is a fascinating term. The Youthia Brigade believes that only uneducated people vote for PML-N. And that if they were educated or learned they would never support Nawaz Sharif.
While speaking at a convention to mark the 22nd anniversary of PTI, Prime Minister Imran Khan made an honest statement: “No general supported me or my party, in fact, it was the role of political engineers that helped us win the elections”.
When Asad Umar became the finance minister of Pakistan, he had a plan. That plan was to listen to ‘ inspirational music’ and get kicked out in less than a year’s time.
Corrupt, Jahil, Patwari – the three words PTI fans are fond of calling PML-N. But they certainly cannot call them incompetent. In fact, the word ‘incompetent’ perfectly describes PTI.
Mr. Credible aka Arif Hameed Bhatti has made a big statement against people doubting his credibility. His statement goes like this: “If you think that I’m a tout, I very much am one”. Just kidding; he didn’t say that but does he really need to?
Mr. Scrubs is busy giving lectures on Twitter. He has still not returned to his beloved country to save it from his supernatural powers in ‘Naya Pakistan’.
Idiot. Stupid. Moron. Buffoon. Imbecile. Brainless. Retard. These words perfectly describe PTI Social Media activist Farhan Virk. Every sensible person in Pakistan already know about his retardedness.
Prime Minister Imran Khan’s helicopter commute costs Rs 50-55 per kilometer according to Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry. This claim was made in an interview to a local news channel.
LAHORE: The district police officer (DPO) of Pakpattan was reportedly transferred after he intercepted Khawar Maneka, former husband of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s wife, for speeding.