LONDON/ISLAMABAD: UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak discovered himself in a little bit of a bind after he was slapped with a advantageous for failing to put on a seatbelt whereas filming a social media video behind a transferring automobile.
The video, which was uploaded to Instagram throughout a visit to northwest England, shortly made the rounds on social media, with eagle-eyed viewers declaring the seatbelt fake pas.
Sunak issued an apology for the “transient error of judgement” and native police confirmed that an offence had taken place. This isn’t the primary time a major minister has damaged this regulation, as Sunak’s predecessor Boris Johnson additionally dedicated the identical offence.
Nevertheless it wasn’t simply the British public who took discover of the incident, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan additionally weighed in.
Taking to Twitter, Khan praised the rule of regulation in Britain, stating that it “differentiates affluent nations from poor ones.”
That is rule of regulation the place nobody is above it; this differentiates affluent nations from poor ones. No NROs,no qabza gps,no custodial torture for tweeting reality abt the highly effective bec justice system protects the weak. Justice was bedrock of Riyasat e Madina
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) January 20, 2023
He went on to attract comparisons to the scenario in Pakistan, the place there isn’t a idea of giving NROs to deprave people, custodial torture over a tweet towards highly effective individuals and land grabbers, and the “justice system protects the weak”.