Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is facing flak on Twitter in what is being indicated as a big embarrassment for him.
The official Twitter handle of Pakistan Embassy Serbia on Friday posted a rather strange tweet criticizing their Prime Minister back home. The major diplomatic embarrassment for the Imran Khan Government comes following the non-payment of the salaries of the staff.
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The recent post alleged that the last three months and their children had been forced out of school due to non-payment of fees. The tweet further mentioned that the government leading the country is down to the path of doom and questioned Imran Khan's 'Naya Pakistan' model.
The tweet also contained a parody song slamming the government over the high prices of daily essentials, with Imran Khan's statement 'Aap ne ghabrana nahin hai.'
"With inflation breaking all previous records, how long do you expect Imran Khan that we government official(s) will remain silent and keep working for you without been paid for past 3 months and our children been forced out of school due to non-payment of fees. Is this naya (new) Pakistan?" Pakistan's embassy in Serbia, which is a verified handle tweeted.
Meanwhile, no Pakistani government official has responded to the tweet yet.
"Pakistan is on verge of sovereign default. It would be better for you to sell the embassy property and settle in some western country," a Twitter user said.
Another tweeted, "The authorities must take strict action against the personal controlling this account. This is not a joke. It's an official page representing Pakistan."
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In October, it was reported that inflation for the last three years in Pakistan had reached the highest level in the past 70 years, which led to protests by opposition parties. Food prices have doubled, while the prices of ghee, oil, sugar, flour and poultry have reached a record high, reported NDTV.
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