Twitter reacts as Imran applauds Bilawal's 'prime minister-select' quip

Bilawal delivered a speech loaded with accusations of rigged elections

News Desk August 18, 2018
PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari makes his speech in National Assembly. PHOTO: NNI

Bilawal Bhutto referred to Imran Khan as “prime minister-select,” undermining the legitimacy of Khan’s premiership, during his speech in the National Assembly on Friday.

"I’d like to thank and congratulate the prime minister-select and wish him good luck," said the PPP chairman as he concluded his maiden NA speech. Imran Khan and Shah Mehmood Qureshi were seen applauding in response, the comment sailing smoothly over their heads.

People shared their reactions to the gaffe on Twitter.



Ata Ullah | 3 years ago | Reply WoW WoW WoW. What a day and what a jubilation for supporters of PPP. Sums up the reason why you people are in such miserable state.
Fayyaz | 3 years ago | Reply At least Imran Khan was selected. He did not inherit his position through a dubious will found in his mothers hand back. Possibly the only case in the world where a Democratic party was handed over through a will. Zardari junior watch out, there are a lot of skeletons in your father’s cupboard which you will inherit.
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