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He stayed at The Plaza where per night rent starts from $900
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Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif was in New York last week to attend the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

As he embarked on his maiden trip to represent the country at the UNGA, the reports emerged that he would stay at The Plaza, New York.

One-night rent of a single room at the hotel costs around $900 (which roughly translates to Rs221,000).


This sparked a debate online about why the prime minister is wasting money by staying at a five-star hotel with his entourage especially at a time when Pakistan economy is under pressure and the country is ravaged by monster floods.

Now, Muhammad Abubakar Umer, PM Shehbaz’s focal person on digital media, has claimed that the prime minister paid for his own expenses during his stay in New York.

The prime minister took a commercial flight to New York and paid for the ticket from his own pocket, SAMAA TV correspondent Usman Khan reported.

Talking about the prime minister’s decision to stay at The Plaza, Umer said that during the UNGA, it was the US secret service’s duty to ensure the security of the dignitaries visiting. The guests could only stay at the hotels for which the US secret service had given clearance.

Shehbaz Sharif, during his tenure as Punjab chief minister from 2008-2018, always paid for his own expenses during foreign visits, he claimed.

But his pocket is full of money stolen form the country's Treasury???
 

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He stayed at The Plaza where per night rent starts from $900
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Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif was in New York last week to attend the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

As he embarked on his maiden trip to represent the country at the UNGA, the reports emerged that he would stay at The Plaza, New York.

One-night rent of a single room at the hotel costs around $900 (which roughly translates to Rs221,000).


This sparked a debate online about why the prime minister is wasting money by staying at a five-star hotel with his entourage especially at a time when Pakistan economy is under pressure and the country is ravaged by monster floods.

Now, Muhammad Abubakar Umer, PM Shehbaz’s focal person on digital media, has claimed that the prime minister paid for his own expenses during his stay in New York.

The prime minister took a commercial flight to New York and paid for the ticket from his own pocket, SAMAA TV correspondent Usman Khan reported.

Talking about the prime minister’s decision to stay at The Plaza, Umer said that during the UNGA, it was the US secret service’s duty to ensure the security of the dignitaries visiting. The guests could only stay at the hotels for which the US secret service had given clearance.

Shehbaz Sharif, during his tenure as Punjab chief minister from 2008-2018, always paid for his own expenses during foreign visits, he claimed.

This news is not believable, and so is your peddling.
Yeh chooran kahin nahin biknay wala...!
 

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Through SAMA/ Aleem Khan tv .... why you making fun of your leader....don't post such funny tweets ...

Your leader don't even leave penny , you telling he paid millions of rupee travel expense... lolzz

Ye kiraya de raha hai ya haath phela kar bheek maang raha hai? :what:
 

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Show the people receipts…

A small room with a single king/queen bed may starts at $960 (most probably must have been over 1500 during UNGA session)

Junior suite $1750

And suites 2000-50000.

Which do you think he stayed in at? And what about his alibaba 40 chor (nay 70+ chor) tola?

Kuch sharam hoti hai kuch haya hoti hai.

If you have an iota of sharam, you would stop peddling for these buffoons.

Did you ever ask for receipts from Niazi for his mega thefts from Tosha Khana and profiting on them ? You have got problem, if someone paid from his own pocket lol

I feel sorry for your mental state and let me tell you it’s gonna get deteriorate coz Khan will never be in the power again. :yahoo:
 

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Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif was in New York last week to attend the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

As he embarked on his maiden trip to represent the country at the UNGA, the reports emerged that he would stay at The Plaza, New York.

One-night rent of a single room at the hotel costs around $900 (which roughly translates to Rs221,000).


This sparked a debate online about why the prime minister is wasting money by staying at a five-star hotel with his entourage especially at a time when Pakistan economy is under pressure and the country is ravaged by monster floods.

Now, Muhammad Abubakar Umer, PM Shehbaz’s focal person on digital media, has claimed that the prime minister paid for his own expenses during his stay in New York.

The prime minister took a commercial flight to New York and paid for the ticket from his own pocket, SAMAA TV correspondent Usman Khan reported.

Talking about the prime minister’s decision to stay at The Plaza, Umer said that during the UNGA, it was the US secret service’s duty to ensure the security of the dignitaries visiting. The guests could only stay at the hotels for which the US secret service had given clearance.

Shehbaz Sharif, during his tenure as Punjab chief minister from 2008-2018, always paid for his own expenses during foreign visits, he claimed.


Neither the proof would ever come

nor would shobaz be able to justify this money , against his tax return.
 

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