PTI’s cabinet minister Murad Saeed said PTI will release Larkana from the shackles of rabid dogs that are mercilessly biting the people.
In a ferocious speech, the Federal Minister for Communications and Postal Service, slammed PPP’s chairman, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari in a National Assembly session originally convened to discuss the growing inflation, wheat, and sugar crisis yesterday.
Murad Saeed’s fiery remarks against Asif Ali Zardari, Bilawal Bhutto came in response to Bilawal’s tirade against Prime Minister Imran Khan condemning him for removing the name of Benazir Bhutto from social welfare project, Benazir Income Support Program and merging it into a multi-dimensional Ehsaas Program.
— Merak Khan Zehri (@merakzehri) February 11, 2020
Bilawal Bhutto said PM Khan removed Benazir Bhutto’s name in vengeance and alleged that he as selected PM, became premier with the support of ISI chiefs. He added that PM Khan should resign because his incompetence has plunged the country into a severe economic depression, unprecedented inflation and people are hugely suffering due to him.
Murad Saeed, blasted Bilawal Bhutto, in his speech and reminded him that Sindh is suffering from abysmal governance of PPP. Adding that incidents of rabid dog bites are increasing but hospitals do not have life-saving anti-rabies vaccines to treat people.
— Abdul Rehman Lodhi (@Rehman_Lodhi07) February 12, 2020
Probably crossed the line here while roasting Bilawal, but Murad Saeed really keeps PTM and PPP in check by taking both head-on. pic.twitter.com/VO0nEJhH5F
— Ashar Jawad (@AsharJawad) February 11, 2020
Murad Saeed’s went on to make snarky comments on Larkana seized by rabid dogs and that PTI will release it from stray dogs irked the opposition members, who left the hall in large numbers.
Saeed said that every legislator of PTI has worked hard to reach here unlike Bilawal Bhutto who inherited party leadership mantle without any merit and became the accidental chairman of PPP.
PPP MNA Abdul Qadir Patel further intensified the argument when he passed derogatory remarks against Murad Saeed and Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri. Qasim Suri snubbed Abdul Qadir Patel for below-the-belt remarks against PTI Minister Murad Saeed.
— Radical (@feeling_well7) February 11, 2020
What a Speech..!!! Loved it… You deserving a salute…
hatts off You…… Murad Saeed …
You enough for Whole opposition and Corrupt Politicians.. 🙌👌😃 #MuradSaeed #کتوں_کی_زد_میں_سندھ pic.twitter.com/PpGLloThzT
— Syed Shakeel Hussain Zaidi 💎 (@love_ar4) February 11, 2020
The assembly session ended amid a heated debate between legislatures. Social media rallied in appreciation of Murad Saeed for reprimanding Bilawal Bhutto.