The External Affairs Minister was recently in the news for his controversial comments at the United Nations.

Pakistan's Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto while talking to reporters in the US on Thursday compared himself to a donkey while defending his frequent foreign trips.

In a video posted by the ruling Pakistan People's Party (PPP), Bilawal Bhutto says he pays for his foreign trips and works "hard" and that his office "made him work like a donkey".

Bhutto was responding to questions about criticism of her foreign visits and the cost to the nation, which is grappling with economic crisis.

Bhutto told reporters in Washington, "I should be the only foreign minister who buys his own tickets, pays his own hotel bills and doesn't burden Pakistan and its people."

"Democracy in Pakistan is successful that not any journal or judge but the Parliament of Pakistan has democratically removed a prime minister."

Chairman of Pakistan People's Party and Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari@BBhuttoZardari


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He further said that even though I am entitled to these expenses as a foreign minister.

These trips are not for my benefit.

He has benefited Pakistan.

This is my hard work.

When others go abroad, they go for holidays.

These people make me work like a donkey." He made this comment referring to his team.

He said the advantage to Pakistan is that it has been removed from the gray list of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) - the international watchdog on terrorism financing - and it is "leading the G-77".

Pakistan's foreign minister was recently in the news for his controversial comments at the United Nations.

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On Thursday, Pakistan's foreign ministry denied reports of Bhutto's arrest in New York.

Responding to a question, Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch said, "I must say that this is completely devoid of any facts or basis. I do not expect a serious journalist to ask such a question based on social media." Was."

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