Omar Ayub’s ‘Mr. Ten Percent’ comment about Zardari irk PPP leadership

A war of words started between Omar Ayub khan and the leadership of the PPP over Zardari.

A war of words started on twitter between the Federal Minister Power, Petroleum and Natural Resources, Omar Ayub Khan, and the leadership of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) after the Minister mentioned the word Mr. 10%, during his National Assembly speech.

As a result, the PPP got upset, which started the twitter war.
Yesterday, a PPP member shared a post on his twitter account in which he thrashed the Power Minister.

The post was also retweeted by the Chairman of the PPP, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.



In response, the Federal Minister shared an article from the Daily Mail in which the former President of Pakistan was referred to as Mr. 10%.

Khan also tweeted: “Today, while speaking in the NA session, I did not even name anyone but just mentioned Mr. 10%. The PPP was all riled up & upset. I wonder why?”

Later on, the Special Assistant to the PM for Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development, Zulfi Bukhari, also joined and tweeted, “Yes, we wonder why?. Maybe because you took his internationally known name. Mr. 10%.”

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