Politics is a dirty game in Pakistan. Wherever you go, there’s politics involved, so much so that a majority of the population doesn’t even bother discussing it now.
In Pakistani politics, the best thing every political party does is taking credit for things they – and even others – have done. The same is the case with a small football ground in Karachi which according to Senator Murtaza Wahab, the spokesperson of Sindh government, was built ‘through PPP’.
— SenatorMurtaza Wahab (@murtazawahab1) August 20, 2020
While everyone is thinking PPP is Senator’s political party – Pakistan People’s Party – however, that is not the case. It stands for Public-Private Partnership which makes everyone laud the smart choice of words by the lawmaker.
The ground was built and is being managed by private stakeholders – Azfar Naqvi and Atia Naqvi – in memory of their son. The unclear tweet has angered many social media users who are asking as to why the government is trying to fool the masses.
Senator sb, what exactly meant by through PPP? As far as I know, the academy is run by private individuals and they have developed this ground. Can you elaborate what “through PPP” meant? What is PPP or GoS contribution to development of this ground?
— Faizan Lakhani (@faizanlakhani) August 20, 2020
Very smart use of word PPP here thou :P
— Abdul Ghaffar (@GhaffarDawnNews) August 20, 2020
Let me blow your mind = they (PPP) didnt even build this TINY stadium. It was made by private individuals with private money in memory of a dead kid. But this is what PPP does, politics over the dead. pic.twitter.com/bC8DUJ3Qqi
— Yasser (@yassermkhan) August 20, 2020
PPP has nothing do with this, it was made by the parents of Emad Zafar (its called Coach Emad Football Academy)https://t.co/VdKG761wcc
— shaikh_cat (@CatShaikhs) August 20, 2020
he stated through #PPP i.e. Public Private Partnership. Do not confuse this with Pakistan Peoples Party.
— Ammar Zafarullah (@AmmarZaf) August 20, 2020
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