ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Monday said neither he was a liberal, nor a corrupt, nor a hypocrite.
“I am progressive and ideological,” Bilawal Bhutto tweeted in response to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s taking a dig at him during his speech in Havelian.
“You are an old man of 70 years of age and have been involved in politics of ‘selected’ for last 20 years,” he said adding that if Imran Khan had any identity it was U-turn, hypocrisy and puppet.
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
Earlier addressing inaugural ceremony of Havelian-Thakot section of Hazara motorway project in Havelian, Imran Khan had mocked at Bilawal saying that that his theory had flabbergasted big scientists like Einstein that “water is accumulated, when it rains”. He added that what tormented Einstein’s soul more was the theory that “more water is accumulated, when it rains more.”
The PM said he had failed to understand that what kind of liberal he the PPP chairman was.
“He calls himself a liberal, rather he is a liberally corrupt person,” he said.