Pakistan PM Imran Khan shares leopard video, gets trolled; people ask to share inflation percentage

Pakistan PM Imran Khan shares leopard video, gets trolled; people ask to share inflation percentage

Pakistan PM Imran Khan shares leopard video, gets trolled; people ask to share inflation percentage

Furious over skyrocketing petrol, gas, and electricity prices in the country, people of Pakistan trolled Prime Minister Imran Khan after he shared a video clip of a rare snow leopard.

Imran Khan shared the video clip on 25 December on his Twitter handle. In it, a rare snow leopard can be seen roaring loudly and moving in the snow-covered region of Khaplu, Gilgit-Baltistan, as reported by The GeoTV.

“Rare footage of the shy snow leopard in Khaplu, GB,” wrote the Pakistan PM along with the 45-second video clip.

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Several people, on Twitter, raised their voices and asked the Imran Khan to also post video over the price hike of several commodities in the country.

A Twitter user wrote that PM Khan only cares about tourism while the country is struggling with poverty and inflation.

Another user wrote that people weren't safe in Pakistan, however, leopards were increasing. "Government priorities need to be set," the user added. A third user slammed the Pakistan Prime Minister by asking him to share the video showing inflation percentage and unemployment percentage in the country. “at least for your own sake talk about issue that matters in election you guys jst lost kpk elec,” he added.

As per a news agency ANI report published on 8 December, the Pakistani rupee hit an all-time low of Rs 177.43 against the US Dollar. NDTV reported that the Pakistani rupee has fell 30.5 percent against USD in 3.4 years, under the Imran Khan government.

The unemployment rate has also increased in the neighbouring country from 5.8 percent in 2017-18 to 6.9 percent in 2018-19. The data, according to the Labour Force Survey (LFS), was published by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS).

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