New Delhi: Union Minister Rajiv Chandrasekhar at the moment taunted Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan over his remarks that beneath him Pakistan’s economic system was doing higher than many regional nations, particularly India.
Mr Chandrasekhar, the Union Minister of State for Entrepreneurship, Ability Improvement, Electronics and Expertise, additionally focused Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu.
“Sure Buckoos you cross Sidhu, and we’ve got solely the quickest rising economic system, probably the most unicorn and FDI #ImranKaMathematics (sure as a result of you may have Sidhu and we’ve got solely the quickest rising economic system, the most important variety of unicorn firms and overseas Direct funding) “he mentioned in a tweet.
Sure Bakoz aapke paas sidhu hai, aur hamare paas sirf quickest rising economic system, sabze zyada unicorn aur fdi hai ???????? ♂️ ???????? #ImranKaMathematicshttps://t.co/UBJBmMYyxj
– Rajiv Chandrasekhar ????????? (Rajeev_GoI) January 12, 2022
The controversy erupted after Mr Sidhu referred to as Imran Khan his “large brother” or “large brother” in November final yr. He was visiting Darbar Sahib Gurdwara (by way of Kartarpur Hall) in Pakistan, the place he and his workers members had been first welcomed and garlanded by a Pakistani official.
A video of the dialog was tweeted by BJP’s Amit Malviya.
Within the brief clip, a Pakistani official greets Sidhu on behalf of Prime Minister Khan, to which the previous Indian cricketer appears to reply: “Thanks … he (Imran Khan) is like my brother … my large brother.”
The BJP termed Mr. Sidhu as “Pakistan-loving” and criticized the Congress for selecting him over “veteran” Amarinder Singh. Former Chief Minister Singh was unofficially faraway from his submit final yr after an open revolt by MLAs from his personal get together, led by Mr Sidhu.
Prime Minister Khan was talking at an occasion in Islamabad and was most likely responding to bitter criticism from the opposition in Pakistan which accused him of drowning the nation’s economic system. Mr Khan faces the daunting problem of passing controversial laws to satisfy the wants of the Worldwide Financial Fund forward of a $ 1 billion bailout package deal for his nation.