Not all but most of our politicians are famous in the world for their corruption, scandals, scams cases and funny statements. Almost, every politician of Pakistan has said something funny in slip of tongue or deliberately. Check below the funny statements of our politicians.
Note: In these statements, politicians name along with their rank are used. It is not necessary that they are still on the current rank.
- Rana Sanaullah (Punjab Law Minister): “The Governor Punjab’s status is no better than toilet paper.”
- Abdul Qayyum Jatoi (Minister of State for Defence Production): “Everyone, whether he is a Baloch, Sindhi, Sariki, Pashtun or Punjabi should be given an equal right to do corruption.”
- Shaikh Rasheed (President Awami League): “Veena Malik is a bloody liar. Does she deserve coffee? I hate her.”
- Nawab Kher Baksh Marri (Baloch Nationalist Leader): “The other issues are all domestic and could be discussed later on… I can co-exist with a pig, but not with a Punjabi.”
- Rana Sanaullah (PML-N): “I think K-P government should resign on the failure despite having report of the exact date. I do not know what the K-P Chief Minister Pervez Khattak, this teeli pehlwan (thin fighter), was doing.”
- Pir Pagara (Chief of PML-F): “I am not among those who offer sacrifice but I am among those who take sacrifices.”
- Qamar Zaman Kaira (Information Minister): “Let’s persuade people to consume less sugar and then we will see where these hoarders sell their sugar.”
- Fareed Paracha (JI): “Punjab University’s vice chancellor is a playboy type person”.
- Zulfiqar Mirza (Sindh Home Minister): “I’m a badmash and know well how to deal with this lot.”
- General Pervez Musharaf (Former President): “You must understand the environment in Pakistan. This has become a moneymaking concern. A lot of people say if you want to go abroad and get a visa for Canada or citizenship and be a millionaire, get yourself raped.”
- Ghulam Ahmad Bilour (Minister Railways): “I don’t say that there is no corruption in my ministry, but the question is where it is not.”
- Altaf Hussain (MQM): “Even Jinnah held a British passport and took oath of allegiance to the then British King, George VI”
- Fauzia Wahab (PPP): “Punjab law minister Rana Sanaullah is a ‘manjan seller’.”
- Salman Taseer (Ex-Governor Punjab): “The PML-N has appointed Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah as a “loudspeaker”.
- Hassan Murtaza (MPA Punjab Assembly): “Yesterday, when I asked Khwaja Imran Nazir for a lift, he was listening to Munni Badnam, an Indian song, in his car.”