Imran Khan Mocked For Helicopter Home-To-Work Commute
Online discourse in Pakistan this week is being overwhelmed by the commuting propensities for Imran Khan, as prime minister.

Mr Khan has been making the 9.3-mile (15km) travel – straight from one point to the other – from his private home to his official living arrangement by helicopter. His decision of transport has gone under feedback for being excessively sumptuous given his guarantees, making it impossible to influence officials and government officials to fix their belts.

Be that as it may, it was the resistance offered by Information Minister Fawad Chaudry which started across the board hate via web-based networking media. Talking at a question and answer session he guaranteed the helicopter was a reasonable alternative costing as meager 55 rupees ($0.77, £0.60) per km.

“I have seen this on Google,” he included.

Individuals were doubtful that movement by helicopter could be so modest. #Helicopter turned into the best Twitter incline in Pakistan on Monday with more than 16,000 tweets utilizing the hashtag and many making jokes about the claim.

What amount does it really cost? 

Was individuals’ doubt over the data minister’s claim supported? The short answer is yes.

As indicated by inquire about by BBC Urdu, the fuel for the prime minister’s helicopter, an Agusta Westland AW139, costs 1,600 Rupees ($23, £17) per km, higher than the 55 rupees Mr Chaudry guaranteed. This is additionally before different expenses related with running a helicopter are considered in.

Mr Khan’s commute might be more costly than his minster guaranteed yet protectors of the prime minister have indicated out different reasons utilize one.

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