Published by: Biswadip Dey | Posted: May 14, 2022 6:04 pm| Updated: May 14, 2022 6:04 pm
News Daily Digital Desk: Imran is Imran (Imran Khan). He has been seen making explosive remarks many times while in power. Even after stepping down as Pakistan’s prime minister, Imran’s habit of making blunt remarks continues. This time, he claimed, it would have been better to drop an atomic bomb on Pakistani soil than to hand over the country to ‘thieves’!
Imran made the remarks while talking to reporters at his home in Banigala. The Tehreek-e-Insaf supremo was heard saying that he was shocked to see the way Pakistan had fallen into the hands of ‘thieves’. Then the frustrated Imran was heard to say that it would have been better to drop the atomic bomb on Pakistan than to hand over power to these people.
[আরও পড়ুন: ‘রাজ্য ও কেন্দ্রের সরকারের বিরুদ্ধে বামপন্থী আন্দোলনই বিকল্প’, DYFI সম্মেলনে বার্তা পাঠালেন বুদ্ধদেব]
According to Imran, those who have lost power will destroy all the institutions and judiciary of the country this time. He questioned which government organization would have the power to prosecute those ‘criminals’.
Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has naturally expressed his anger in response to Imran’s behavior. His allegation is that Imran is repeatedly poisoning the minds of the people of the country by calling his government representatives ‘thieves’ and ‘robbers’.
It is to be noted that Imran has been seen making controversial remarks before after losing power. Just last week, the former Pakistani prime minister compared himself to a donkey. “I am a Pakistani at heart. It is never possible for me to become a British or an Englishman. If you cut the donkey, it will not become a zebra! ” Due to the interview, a lot of jokes started about Imran Khan. The masnadhara leader made controversial remarks again and again, whether the controversy was resolved or not.
[আরও পড়ুন: চাহিদা কমলেও কমছে না দাম, শহরের বহু দোকানে আলু ছাড়াই বিকোচ্ছে বিরিয়ানি]
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