Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari & Zartaj Gul Wazir’s clash on twitter

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State Minister for Climate Change went into a fierce debate with Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari.

State Minister for Climate Change Zartaj Gul Wazir is once again in the news for having a Twitter debate with the daughter of the former president of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. The minister had already been discussed for allegedly using her influence to get her sister appointed in National Counter Terrorism Authority(NACTA). The debate started off following the arrest of the leaders of three main political parties of the country. Zartaj Gul took to Twitter and shared a picture of politicians with a note, “no comment”.

However, the tweet did not sit well to Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari and she replied, “Obviously children have a higher IQ than you. How could you possibly comprehend? Maybe ask that dismissed sister of yours.”

The minister then continuing the verbal spat replied, “Aww…It touched a raw nerve clearly! I’d recommend you console your sobbing sisters rather than to tweet hysterically about Papa Ten Percent’s humiliating saga. Reports are he is losing his mind as he was grinning in the Court today. Another application for mental illness?”

After that Bakhtawar deleted the tweet. Zartaj, however, didn’t miss the chance and called Bakhtawar as ‘disoriented’ and ‘timid’. “Disoriented and timid Bakhtawar deleted her tweet after a smashing and humiliating response I gave (to her)! Cowards!,” said minister in her tweet.

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The daughter of arrested ex-president then responded that she’s really surprised that you(Zataj Gul) can spell disorientated. Give yourself a thapki(to gently strike with hands) on the face for doing a great job.

The verbal spat then came to an end with the final response by Zartaj Gul Wazir. “Goodness! A glutton for punishment, aren’t you? Tell Papa Disorientated Dentonic he has been arrested and not being taken to a guided tour of his stable that he’s inanely grinning. Remind your sisters to keep the faith. The application of mental illness is again seemingly forthcoming.”, said Zartaj in a twitter response to Bakhtawar Bhutto.

What do you think of derogatory and personal remarks by the political figure and public office holder of the country? Leave the comments

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