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Bakhtawar Zardari Mocks PTI For Using Photo-shopped Image of BISP Card

The incumbent government has taken a number of significant steps to assure provision of basic necessities to the people, especially that directly effect the quality of their lives. For that, Prime Minister introduced the Sehat (health) Card scheme that will benefit 1.5 crore people living under the poverty line.

Addressing the launch ceremony in Islamabad, PM said that PTI (Pakistan Tehreek e Insaaf) has given Sehat cards to more than half of the people living in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He added that he always envisioned a similar scheme running across the country. However, it took him some time to do it but he is happy that his dream is finally a reality. He said it took him some time but it is better late than never.

Imran Khan further added that with this program, the card owners who cannot otherwise afford expensive treatment will be offered brain surgery, angioplasty, cancer treatment and a number of other medical operations and treatments completely free of cost. Such schemes that have been tremendously successful in terms of social welfare all across the world, will definitely address the grievances of Pakistanis as well. The cards will be distributed in Islamabad and as well as tribal areas as well.

However, recently the doctored image of the health card has gotten a lot of attention across social media. A picture that was originally affiliated with Benazir Bhutto card was photoshopped to make it look like the woman is holding Sehat Sahulat Card, giving the internet a feel day after a while.
The picture was posted by Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari, who mocked PTI for repainting their programs and presenting it as their own.

 ”Hahahahhahaha PTI Delivering eggs only – even then, all rotten!” – she wrote.

People responded to her tweet:

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