'Aapne Ghabrana Nahi': Pakistan Embassy In Serbia Mocks Imran Khan On Twitter, Asks For Salary; Pak Claims Account HackedPakistani PM Imran Khan (pic via Twitter)

The official Twitter handle of Pakistani embassy in Serbia on Friday (3 December) posted a message on the micro-blogging site slamming Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan over non-payment of salary for months.

"With inflation breaking all previous records, how long do you expect Imran Khan that we goverment official will remain silent & keep working for you without been paid for past 3 months & our children been forced out of school due to non payment of fees Is this Naya Pakistan ?" a tweet from the Pakistani Embassy Serbia's official Twitter handle said.

'Aapne Ghabrana Nahi': Pakistan Embassy In Serbia Mocks Imran Khan On Twitter, Asks For Salary; Pak Claims Account Hacked

Attached with the tweet was a music video mocking Imran Khan's dialogue "Aapne ghabrana nahi" (You need not worry).

"If soap becomes costlier, don't use. If wheat becomes dearer, please don't eat," the lyrics of the song said with Imran Khan's 'Aapne ghabrana nahi' video inserted in between.

"I am sorry Imran Khan, am not left with another option," said a follow-up tweet from the Pak embassy twitter handle.

Meanwhile, Arslan Khalid, Focal Person to Imran Khan on digital media, in a tweet, citing information from Pakistani foreign office, claimed that the Twitter account of Pakistan's embassy in Serbia has been hacked.

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