Watch | Pakistanis share PM Modi's old video on social media, ask Imran Khan to learn from Indian Prime Minister

In the video, PM Modi is seen saying how he auctioned the gifts he received as CM of Gujarat and donated the amount received for the cause of girl child education. This video is now widely being used to attack the ousted PM of Pakistan Imran Khan. Interestingly, a few days back, responding to the Toshkhana scandal's allegations levelled against him, Imran Khan said "Whatever I took from Toshakana is on record. I purchased the gifts after paying 50 per cent of the cost."

Targeting former prime minister of Pakistan Imran Khan over the Toshakhana scandal, an old video of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is being shared widely on social media platforms by the Pakistanis. In the video, PM Modi is seen saying how he auctioned the gifts he received as CM of Gujarat and donated the amount received for the cause of girl child education.

This video is now widely being used to attack the ousted PM of Pakistan Imran Khan.

Interestingly, a few days back, responding to the Toshkhana scandal's allegations levelled against him, Imran Khan said "Whatever I took from Toshakana is on record. I purchased the gifts after paying 50 per cent of the cost." He further said, "Mera tohfa, meri marzi [my gift, my choice]," this statement of Imran Khan has triggered the controversy.

PM Modi's video dates back to 2018 wherein PM Modi had a chit-chat session with lyricist Prasoon Joshi during the 'Bharat ki Baat' event at Westminster Central Hall in London.

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In the Video, PM Modi talked about how he used to auction the gifts he received during his tenure as Gujarat's CM. He used to deposit all the gifts received by him in the  Toshakhana and later he auctioned the gifts and donated the received money to the cause of girl-child education. Eventually, a sum of around 100 crore rupees went as a donation to the cause of girl child education.

Following are the tweets of some Pakistanis slamming Imran Khan via Modi's 2018 video.