Oxford grad Bilawal makes a blunder while correcting PM Khan
While taking a dig at Prime Minister Imran Khan over his speech during his visit to Iran, Oxford graduate Bilawal Bhutto ended up making a grammatical mistake himself.
In a tweet, Bhutto called out the prime minister for making an embarrassing gaffe during the visit and questioned the premier’s knowledge about geography for stating that Japan and Germany share a border.
In his anticipation, Bilawal himself overlooked a spelling error as he said, “this is what ‘happenes’ when you
@UniofOxford let people in just because they can play cricket”.
Speaking to media persons in Tehran yesterday, Imran Khan said, “Germany and Japan killed million of their civilians until after the second World War they decided that they would have, on the border, joint industries. So now there is no question of them ever having bad relations because their economic interests are tied together”.
The remarks drew a sharp reaction from Twitter users in Pakistan who questioned the prime minister’s knowledge about geography.
However, the ruling party wasted no time in responding to the criticism of PPP chairman and clarified that prime minister’s speech was being distorted.