Video: Pakistan PM Imran Khan mimics Bilawal over 'rain theory'
The young Pakistani politician responded to PM's comments.
Prime Minister Imran Khan took a dig at Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto over the latter's "rain theory", saying that it has left scientists baffled.
Addressing the inauguration ceremony of the Havelian Thakot Project under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor on Monday, the premier mimicked Bhutto, speaking in accented-Urdu: "Bilawal has startled scientists worldwide by saying 'jab barish hoti hai to pani ata hai' (water pours when it rains).
Einstein soul in disbelief because of Bilawal's New Theory | PM Imran mimics Bilawal#PublicNews #PublicNewsLive@pmln_org @MediaCellPPP @PTIofficial @BBhuttoZardari #Bilawal #Einstein #ImranKhan pic.twitter.com/PC0dpczpGi- Public News (@PublicNews_Com) November 18, 2019
"But Einstein rolled over in his grave when he (Bilawal) went on to say 'jab zyada barish hota hai to zyada pani ata hai' (More water comes when it rains more)."
Following the statement, Bilawal responded to the Prime Minister's comments on his Twitter handle.
"Neither am I a liberal, nor am I corrupt and certainly am not a hypocrite," he said.
Na liberal hoon, Na corrupt hoon aur Na hi munafiq. Main taraki-pasand aur nazriyati hoon. Aik saal say siyasat main hoon. Tum 70 saal kay burhay ho, 20 saal say selected siyasat kartay aa rahay ho. Agar Imran ki koi pehchaan hai - tau woh U-turn hai, munafiqat hai, katputli hai.- BilawalBhuttoZardari (@BBhuttoZardari) November 18, 2019
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