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Bilawal Bhutto sees perilous conditions in future

Bilawal Bhutto sees perilous conditions in future
October 26, 2019
KANDHKOT (92 News) – PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto has said that he sees dangerous conditions in the country in future. Addressing a public meeting on Saturday, he said that ‘Go Selected, Go’ had become a slogan of the people trapped in difficulties. “A game is being played with the lives of political opponents by depriving them of medical facilities,” he said. The PPP chairman said that the ‘Selected’ will also be not safe if the volcano erupts. “The government should do justice with the people if it cannot provide justice to its political opponents,” he maintained. He said that he would expose incompetence of the government and real face of Prime Minister Imran Khan. “The cruel rule of Imran Khan has deprived the masses of their livelihood. Now the people cannot further tolerate Imran Khan,” he said. Bilawal Bhutto said that heavy taxes had been imposed on the people under a plan. “The people are being deprived of the dream for leading a respectable life,” he said. On October 24, PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto had warned that the FIR will be lodged against the government if anything happened to former president Asif Zardari and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif. Addressing the inaugural ceremony of Thar Coal project, he said that NAB Chairman Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal cannot be absolved of the allegation. “All of us demand that the prime minister must go,” he said. “The people of Thar has the first right to the coal in the area. The government will get its share after giving the due right to the local people,” he said. The PPP chairman said that the affected people would continue to get compensation through the Sindh Coal Mining Company each year. “The Sindh government has successfully utilized the public-private partnership model. Sindh is at No 6 in the public-private partnership across South Asia,” he declared. He demanded that public-private partnership and local stakes should be included in the CPEC projects. “We will give preference to economic activities so that people should get jobs,” he said. Bilawal Bhutto said that the difference between the PPP and other parties is before all. “A federal minister is announcing that they are closing departments and cannot provide jobs to the people,” he said.