Campaign against begging
Islamabad police have launched campaign against professional beggars in the federal capital. Image Credit: Social media

Dubai: Sarcasm is never ending between Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Bilawal called Prime Minister Imran a ‘professional beggar’ in his tweet commenting on the Islamabad police’s campaign against professional beggars during Ramadan.

“This government intends to eliminate the poor instead of the poverty. Start with the Prime Minister select if you really want to arrest professional beggars,”Bilawal tweeted in Urdu.

He tweeted responding to a Twitter post from Deputy Commissioner Islamabad regarding action against professional beggars in the federal.

Bilawal called Imran as ‘professional beggar’ ostensibly because of his call to people to donate for his cancer hospital during Ramadan.

Bilawal also came under fire recently after he mocked Prime Minister Imran and called him a ‘puppet’ on the occasion of the World Puppetry Day last month.

Bilawal had taken to twitter and shared a google image stating March 21 is World Puppetry Day. “Today is actually World Puppetry Day, congratulations Imran Khan.” Bilawal’s sarcastic tweet was an apparent reference to Imran as a puppet of the army in Pakistan.

Prime Minister Imran also did not leave any chance to humiliate Bilawal as he recently called him ‘Sahiba’ (madam) in his public speech.