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Pakistan PM Imran Khan Distracts People With Leopard Video, Gets Questioned On Inflation

| Updated: December 27, 2021 18:48

People did not react quite the way Prime Minister Imran Khan hoped when he tweeted about the rising number of Snow Leopards. It quickly turned into a conversation about inflation, governance and jobs.

After the posts by Pakistan Embassy in Siberia about being unpaid for three months on December 3, the Pakistan government was quick on its heels to say that the account was hacked and did not acknowledge the problems in the country. Since then, some people are aggravated.

Imran Khan tweeted from his handle claiming credit for the “increasing number’ of snow leopards. He tweeted, “Have been sent more videos of snow leopards taken this year. MashaAllah the numbers are increasing due to my government’s strict policy of protecting them in their natural habitat.”

Twitter handle, ‘Made in Pak’ targeted Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) over unemployment, inflation, governance, corruption, although he calls himself a PTI supporter.

Saith Abdullah asked, “Sir hum kya karen leopards ko? Mulk ke halaat dekhen aur apni harkten (What should we do with these leopards? See the country’s plight and your deeds).”

Naveed Savul tweeted, “Soon you will have lots of time to watch these videos infact would request the next govt to give you a paid life time subscription of Animal planet and National Geographic.”

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