In an interesting scene, catchphrase of PM Imran Khan, ‘Don’t Worry’ played during the speech of PPP leader Bilawal Bhutto was addressing his long march on Monday night.
A video of Bilawal Bhutto went viral on social media in which he was addressing the public rally and talking about the Rs.10 decrease in the petrol price announced by Prime Minister Imran Khan in his public address yesterday. Bilawal Bhutto took the credit and claimed that the rally of PPP against the government forced them to decrease the petrol price and give relief to the people of Pakistan.
However, suddenly song with the catchphrase of PM Imran Khan ‘Ap ne Ghabrana Nahi Hai’ (Don’t Worry) in his voice played in the background. The incident left Bilawal Bhutto and the entire PPP leadership shocked. The song was immediately turned off.
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PPP’s long march
Important to note, last month PPP announced the long march to protest against the incumbent government and its failure to control inflation. According to data by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS), inflation reached another peak of 13% in January, making it the highest in nearly two years.
On February 15, the government increased the petroleum levy on all petroleum products by Rs4 per liter as per the commitment made with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Therefore, to protest against the price hikes, the Opposition is launching long marches.
The anti-government long march left from Karachi and is making its way to Islamabad. Earlier, a disturbing video from the long march made the rounds on social media.
Sindh Assembly member Rabia Azfar Nizami shared the video showing people fighting over the free meal provided at PPP’s long march. The video shows people pushing and shoving each other as they lunge at the pot with their plates.
“Bhutto Zardari this is what you have done to the people of Sindh. This is the first day and at the end of the day for that one free meal promised by you in return to attend the PPP march. They deserved a better life,” Rabia Azfar tweeted.