PM's family spend millions of Pounds on hotel accommodation, shopping'

Posted by Admin On Friday, 15 February 2013 0 comments

London (Online): Prime minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, who claims himself a Prime Minster elevated from middle class family, left staffs of hotel and shopping centres in London with shock when he and his family went on spending millions of Pounds on hotel accommodation and shopping.

Official of the Pakistan High Commission in London,

on the condition of anonymity told Online here that 26 rooms were booked in Berkeley Five Star Hotel at Knightsbridge in central London for Prime Minister and his family’s four day stay. Six rooms were hired at 1200 Pound per night that cost national kitty 28800 Pound (Rs.4435200).

While the other 20 rooms were hired at 800 Pound per night which had cost national kitty 64000 Pound (Rs.9856000) for four nights stay, official added.

The newly married couple, son and daughter in law of Prime Minister, relatives and friends of PM were also accompanying the official visit in London. The said hotel is famous for the stay of Arab royal families during their visit to London.

Prime minister’s family also spent millions of Rupees on jewellery, shoes, purses, suites and watches, at London’s renowned designer stores including Louis-Vuitton, Gucci, Chanel, Nicole

Fahri, Christian Dior, Canali, Armani, Prada, Katharine Hamnett, Alberta Ferretti and famous Harrods mall.

It was said that the staff and owners were astonished to see such an affluent family and thought if a royal family was visiting their shopping centers.

While troop of workers were tired managing shopping of prime minister’s family.

Moreover, twenty eight brand new Mercedes vehicle were hired by Pakistani High Commission in London to facilitate the family and friends of Prime

Minister for their movements in London that have cost millions of rupees to national kitty of poor Pakistani people who were living their lives without electricity and gas, and were committing suicides due to non-availability of basic necessities of life which is food and clean drinking water.


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