Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party and Federal Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari advised former prime minister Imran Khan to become a human being in the first place before becoming a politician.
Taking to Twitter, Bilawal censured Imran Khan for holding public rallies as the country faces devastating flooding.
voiced exasperation over Imran Khan who addressed a public gathering in Gujrat on September 2, saying that Pakistan is facing the most tragic calamity of its history as one-third of the country is submerged under floodwaters.
He said that about 35 million people were affected in the country, which is one-seventh of the country's total population.
Bilawal said that the former prime minister is holding a concert in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab. The chief ministers of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are busy organizing the concerts of the former prime minister instead of helping the flood victims, he said.
Under such circumstances, this behaviour by the PTI leadership is shameful, he added.
The PPP chairman advised them to "be human" in the first place, saying, "First become a human being, then become a politician."
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