PTI chief Imran Khan and Defence Minister Khawaja Asif once again pampered in a battle of arguments

Islamabad Online Desk

Khawaja Asif criticized Imran Khan and apparent that the PTI chairman had been moving funds from Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital (SKMH) obsessed by his corporations abroad.


“Even a crook leaves hospitals alone which too, established within the name of his own mother,” he same whereas talking to media.


PTI chief Imran Khan wasn’t happy with Asif’s claim and criticized the federal minister for throwing blames while not providing any proof.


“He could be an unblushing person. Even throughout wars, hospitals square measure spared,” same the PTI chairman. “PML-N is within the government since the past few years currently. Why do not they expose North American country if we’ve done one thing wrong?” same Imran.

It’s not the first time Khawaja Asif Pampering in verbal war with PTI personals

This is not the primary time that Imran Khan and Khawaja Asif have had a verbal spat. Last year once PTI came to the National Assembly once its civil disobedience protest movement, Khawaja Asif had urged Imran Khan and PTI MNAs to own some shame and dignity, a phrase that became quite common ever since.

Khawaja Asif additionally had a verbal confrontation with PTI MNA Shireen Mazari a number of months past, once throughout a parliamentary session, he stated her as a ‘tractor trolley’. Mazari claimed Asif act contrite for his rude and aggressive remarks, one thing that the Defence Minister refused to try and do.

Previously Khawaja Asif acquired Twitter to lash PTI chief and repeated his comment to bash Imran Khan. Comment was ‘koi sharam hoti hai, koi haya hoti hai’.

The minister named PTI chief Imran Khan ‘Kaalia’ and said,

it was better not to whimper beside Nawaz Shairf. Khawaja Asif wrote, “Kalia bhi offshore Company wala nikla, bola tha raula na pao gai .. Look at impunity & homilies of Mr. clean..koee sharam kar koee haya kar”

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