Suleman Shahbaz responds to Suleman Shahbaz’s tweet, which referred to former finance ministers as “jokers.”

Suleman Shahbaz, the son of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, clarified his ambiguous tweet on Saturday, in which he referred to the last three finance ministers of Pakistan as "jokers," but he did not name any of them.


“The last three finance ministers were jokers and they ran a clown show!” read Suleman’s tweet. After the atomic bombs were detonated in 1998, Ishaq Dar avoided default. The challenges are enormous, and he is giving his best effort, but they are no match for his dedication and perseverance. Minefields have been created by the three jokers.

Miftah Ismail was the first finance minister of the PML-N-led center-right coalition government. Dar, a member of the Sharif family, took his place.

Therefore, Miftah was also one of the final three.

A journalist questioned Suleman about his remarks about finance ministers during a brief media interview outside of a court in Islamabad.

In response, he said that his tweet called jokers the last three of five finance ministers who were changed during the PTI administration.

Since I did not take anyone’s name, my tweet did not refer to any particular person as a “joker”; Added he.

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