Pakistani artist makes spoof video for mocking PM for telling citizens while addressing them not to panic and simply ignore basic amenities due to inflation.
With the prices of basic amenities continue to rise in Pakistan, a music composer creates a spoof music video. It created a sensation among the people of Pakistan. The Pakistani artist gave a musical twist to the viral wordings of the Prime Minister of Pakistan. The dialogue of the Prime Minister Imran Khan, “Aap ne Ghabrana nahi hai” is used in to create a spoof video the artist tried to show the chronic inflation in the country as well. The viewers seemed to be hooked on to the video spoof online.
Popular music artist and Youtuber Saad Alavi is the writer and perfromer of the song titled “Aap ne Ghabrana nahi hai”. The PM’s wordings suggest the people of the country not to panic in the situation of crisis. The singer mocks the PM by talking about the rising prices of nearly everything, from flour to medicines. He asks citizens to conveniently ignore the basic amenities and reminds them all of Khan’s lines: “Aap paise jama kar kar ke ta bharo; phir pet ko patti baandho aur bhookh se maro (You just save up and pay the tax; then tie your stomach and die of hunger).”
The Prime Minister’s this part of the statement went viral quickly and became the talk of the town as he suggested citizens not to worry in his address to the nation during Coronavirus pandemic. It is our belief that life and death are in the hands of Allah,” he had said in March 2020.
“Contrary to government projections and market expectations, the cost of goods and services for the public during February rose by 8.7pc, one of the fastest increases in a given month owing mainly to the resurgence of food and electricity prices,” the daily Dawn said in a report.
According to the Sensitive Price Indicator (SPI), inflation for the week ending on March 4, 2021, has shown an increase of over 0.6 percent as compared to the last week of February. This is despite the continuous claims of the government that inflation is under control, The News, Pakistan reported.