Here is a fine example of how political party representatives always bite more than they can chew. A similar event has taken place where Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Representative, Palwasha Khan used foul language against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) leaders, calling them “mad dogs”.
In a recently released video, Palwasha addresses the masses saying, “The federal government has released a dozen mad dogs in Sindh today.”
“PTI representatives are mad dogs”
Palwasha here, in an attempt to please Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, crossed all civil lines and declared the PTI’s counterparts as “mad dogs”.
“We have the poisonous bullets to keep the mad dogs in check,” said Palwasha.
She added, ” I would like to remind their owner that mad dogs can turn on their masters too.” Palwasha also warns them “that dread for the time when these mad dogs will splatter mud back on your faces.”
The war of words continues
On Thursday this week, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari also sharpened his knives against PTI saying the federal government was interfering and trying to sabotage the provincial government’s preventive measures against the spread of coronavirus.
Palwasha also present at the time of the statement issued wholeheartedly agreed to her leader’s claims.
We all have seen party representatives going out of the way to show support for their leaders. In 2016, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML) Khawaja Asif had called PTI’s Shireen Mazari a ‘tractor trolley’. Prime Minister Imran Khan once called Bilawal, Bilawal Sahiba. But this use of foul language by PPP’s Palwasha is an all-time low.
The lockdown truly is affecting people left right and center. Politicians too are no better and are really stooping low against their better judgment.
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