Reiterating their usual demand of ‘do more’, the US government has asked the Pakistani Tehreek-i-Insaf to “do more without doing anything to their public, which it has been doing since its inception one year ago on July 25”.
“The US congratulates the government of Pakistan on doing great things in the last one year,” reads a message by the US State Department, issued on July 25.
“We have observed that the government spent its energies on making plans, then making them popular and later on scrapping them. That’s not bad. At least the government looks busy every time. Doing nothing is also great.”
Several US policy institutes have invited former finance minister Asad Umer to teach them the art of making plans in the castle.
“Asad Umer has mastered the art of making five millions houses without using even a single brick. He also created 10 million jobs without hiring even a single person. He remained a would-be finance minister for five years and an actual finance minister for six months. He is a living finance marvel,” said the statement.
Commenting on the US State Department’s statement, Asad Umer said he comment only after constructing five million houses and creating 10 million jobs. When asked how would he achieved such a huge targets, he said he had stopped listening to the songs of Junaid Jamshed and his new choice was Sahir Lodhi’s songs.
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