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Bilawal Bhutto says revenge being exacted from opposition in name of accountability

Bilawal Bhutto says revenge being exacted from opposition in name of accountability
August 22, 2019
SKARDU (92 News) – PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto has said that the government is exacting revenge from the opposition in the name of accountability. Addressing a public meeting in Skardu on Thursday, he said that the entire opposition has been jailed without any proof. “Only the opposition is being subjected to accountability,” he added. He asked the government to mend their ways otherwise be ready to face public reaction. “The government has not fulfilled any promise made with the people. Prime Minister Imran Khan is snatching the rights of the people,” he alleged. Bilawal Bhutto said that the opposition’s women are the target of the government. “Maryam Nawaz is arrested before her 70-year-old father, while Faryal Talpur is shifted to jail from hospital on Eid day,” he added. He said that the people are paying the price for the storm of incompetence. The PPP chairman said that the Quaid-e-Azam had declared Kashmir as the jugular vein of Pakistan. “I will fight the war for Kashmir even though it is fought for 1,000 years,” he said. He said that Kashmiris are looking towards Pakistan. “Modi has made the entire Kashmir a jail. He is the killer of the Muslims. I ask Modi to lift the curfew from Kashmir if he wants to see the real situation,” he declared. “India cannot suppress the Kashmiris’ passion for freedom.” He also chanted the slogans of “Killer, Killer Modi Killer”. Bilawal warned the government of dire consequences if it bargained over Kashmir. He said that Modi could blind the people through the pellet guns but could not snatch their dreams. The PPP chairman said that the government had put the economy in pawn with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). “The poor is worried and is unable to make both ends meet. It is easy to make promises, but difficult to fulfill them,” he said. He said that the economy and the NAB cannot go side by side.