Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has recently made such a statement about the ‘Milk Revolution’, which is being criticized.
Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan (File Photo)
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has held the power of the country since 2018. But the Pakistani people are plagued by their practices and rampant corruption. Constantly rising inflation and then widespread unemployment have also increased the problems of the people. But instead of taking the country out of this problem, Imran seems to be completely dependent on China, he has a bad attitude about it in Pakistan. Actually, Imran has recently given such a statement about the ‘Milk Revolution’, which is being taunted about him.
Imran Khan on Friday inaugurated the 1,100 MW Nuclear Plant built in Karachi with the help of China. During this, Imran, referring to the milk revolution in his speech, said, ‘If we double our yield. China’s milk production is particularly good. Their cows give five to six times more milk than our cows. In such a situation, if we use only the transfer of Chinese technology or their technology, then we will double our production as well. In this way Pakistan can be completely transformed.
Three years in power and still waiting for cow milk revolution with the help of China. pic.twitter.com/aIzdWL91Z7
– Naila Inayat (@nailainayat) May 22, 2021
Imran’s disgrace on Twitter
After this statement by the Pakistani PM, he was trolled on Twitter. Sharing the video of Imran’s statement, Pakistani journalist Nayla Inayat wrote, “I have been in power for three years and are still waiting for the cow’s milk revolution with the help of China.” One Twitter user wrote, ‘The leader needs a lot of vision to talk about the production of cow’s milk while inaugurating a nuclear plant.’ At the same time, another user wrote, ‘Milk, cow, katta, chickens – is this the new Pakistan, which was promised?’
Karachi nuclear plant equipped with Generation-3 (G3) technology
Let me tell you that Imran inaugurated the nuclear plant in Karachi on the occasion of 70 years of diplomatic relations between Pakistan and China. This plant is known as ‘Karachi Atomic Power Plant Unit-2 (K-2)’. The K-2 plant has been built with the help of China. According to the Prime Minister’s special assistant Shahbaz Gill, this plant will immediately transfer 1,100 MW of power to the National Grid. This new plant is equipped with Generation-3 (G3) technology, which is currently one of the most modern technologies in the world.
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