When Imran Khan sworn in as Prime Minister in the National Assembly, it wasn’t surprising to see the chaos in the National Assembly! Shahbaz Sharif couldn’t control himself as he was heaped with a lot of anger accusing how election results were rigged. However, during all this, the only person who managed not to lose his ‘cool’ was none other than our Bilawal Bhutto! And it came as a surprise when junior Bhutto amazed us with his maiden speech!
Well, well, we are not kidding. It did take all of us by surprise. As much as his Urdu accent is taken for granted but the way he addressed the entire National Assembly, including Shahbaz Sharif and Imran Khan was on point!
However, the way he made his debut with the dialogue, Shahbaz Sharif Sahib, aap ka time tou ho gaya!!!
CUTENESS CHECK KARAIN!
Shahbaz Sharif Sab aap ka time to ho gaya hai ' Bilawal's bedut entry in the Parliament and This was cute 😂@CMShehbaz @BBhuttoZardari @BakhtawarBZ @AAliZardari #PrimeMinister #nayapakistan🇵🇰 #PrimeMinisterImranKhan #PrimeMinister #ImranKhan #Pakistan #PMImranKhan pic.twitter.com/p89JSWm6Ep
— Showbiz & News (@ShowbizAndNewz) August 17, 2018
HAHA..we just couldn’t stop praising his selection of words! Way to go, Junior Bhutto!
The reaction of the Pakistani awaam was hilarious to this one-liner, and we can’t stop ourselves sharing it with you guys!
— Farhad Jarral (@FarhadJarralPK) August 17, 2018
CHAA GAE YAAR!
"Shahbaz Sharif sahab aapka time tou hogaya hai."
HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA BILAWAL YAAR AMAZE.
— No (@Bluemagicboxes) August 17, 2018
Moreover, his overall speech was well composed and well delivered too. He covered all the aspects addressing Imran Khan, emphasizing on PTI’s fulfillment of promises and 100-day plan and other problems related to Pakistan’s overall situation.
Let’s give it a hear!
We would like to share what people think about it,
Most sensible speech of Pakistan National Assembly 17th August 2017 is of Bilawal Bhutto undoubtedly.
— Rida Fatima (@reedu_fatee) August 18, 2018
29 year old Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has shown more maturity in his speech than 66 year old Shehbaz Sharif.
— Sir Saith Abdullah (@SaithAbdullah99) August 17, 2018
Bilawal Butto’s speech was certainly most impressive
— zahid Hussain (@hidhussain) August 17, 2018
Bilawal Bhutto showing men twice his age how it’s done! Excellent Maiden Speech!
— Maria Memon (@Maria_Memon) August 17, 2018
WE ARE IMPRESSED TOO!
What a speech by Mr. Bilawal ! Impressive @BBhuttoZardari
— Javed Afridi جاوید آفریدی (@JAfridi10) August 18, 2018
What a brilliant speech by Bilawal Bhutto. Made us forget all about Surrey Palace, Omni Group, Uzair Baloch, Dr Asim, Rao Anwaar, Tanker mafia, china cutting, kachra, ghost schools, dead kids of thar and massive corruption scandals from 2008-2018 under his chairmanship of PPP.
— Riz Khan (@snake_truths) August 18, 2018
The ending note of Bilawal’s speech also grabbed attention, when he congratulated our Prime Minister-Imran Khan using the word ‘select’
He said, “I congratulate the prime minister-select and wish him good luck!” The use of the word select could possibly be referring to elections rigging. Well well, Junior Bhutto we would like you to stay calm and let Khan Sahab breathe!
But the Pakistani Awaam couldn’t let this opportunity go into waste!
— Marium Soomro (@Marium_Soomro) August 18, 2018
Best speech by @BBhuttoZardari very MATURE, CONSTRUCTIVE AND well summerized ….pakistan needs this kind of politics and approach. 👏👏
I would never forget the last line congrats to prime Minister select Imran khan 🙂
— Irfan Khan (@Irfan_utmankhel) August 18, 2018
— Mahrukh Qureshi (@MahrukhQureshi) August 17, 2018
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said "Prime Minister Select" and PTI walas didn't got the meaning 🤣🤣🤣
— Emran Brohi (@ibrohi31) August 17, 2018
WHILE SOME GOT OFFENDED!
Bilawal called Imran Khan Prime Minister ‘Select’ and got away with it .. no champion of democracy objected on such derogatory remarks .. what a disgust person with disgusting speech Bilawal is.. #PrimeMinisterImrankhan
— Astute (@IRSoothsayer) August 17, 2018
Well, we hope that Junior Bhutto effort is as promising as his speech. We wouldn’t want him following the footsteps for his father, so Bilawal jee, we are looking forward to you!
Last but not the least, we wish you a warm welcome to the National Assembly! What do you guys think about Junior Bhutto’s speech? Let us know in the comments below!