The former Special Advisor to the Prime Minister on accountability, Shehzad Akbar has said that he has decided to be more dangerous for the opposition by being out of government.
He expressed these views while talking to reporters after rendering his resignation from his position.
“I was moved by the PM’s recent address to the nation,” said a teary-eyed Akbar.
“I am going to be more dangerous, I swear,” he said. “I am going to cut through anyone who tries anything funny.”
“I am speaking to the PML(N) here,” he said. “Please.”
“No, those are not immigration forms on my desk,” he said, admonishing a reporter. “Don’t go through my personal documents. It’s rude!”