ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan spoke a great length about sex, drugs and rock n roll, in his latest interview with Pakistan Tehreek e Insaaf worker, Hamza Ali Abbasi.
In the interview, Imran Khan spoke about his experience in the West and the East and told Hamza Abbasi that he knew about both cultures better than anybody.
“I started in cricket and went to England at 18. I also studied there and spent my winters in Pakistan. So my life experience is very different,” the premier held.
The twice divorced former playboy, Imran Khan said that the family system was collapsing in the West, with divorce rates reaching as high as 60-70%.
The premier also blamed rising sexual crimes on access to mobile phones as well as vulgar Hollywood and Bollywood films.
Imran Khan spoke about the difference between a hedonistic life and true happiness. “This temporary happiness has diminishing returns. I thought I knew happiness as a cricketer but I understood the difference the moment Shaukat Khanum opened its doors,” Prime Minister Imran Khan said.
The Prime Minister also threatened that the people who would provide microphone systems or chairs for the upcoming Pakistan Democratic Movement rally in Lahore would face legal action.
Social media users commented on the interview, with some alleging hypocrisy on the part of the premier who was known to live a decadent life while others merely found humour on the occasion.
Twitter user Raza Ahmed shared a picture of the premier eating alone whilst ignoring Salman Ahmed of Junoon.