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Bilawal terms amnesty for rich, price-hike for poor as economic terrorism

Bilawal terms amnesty for rich, price-hike for poor as economic terrorism
June 15, 2019
LAHORE (92 News) – PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto has termed the amnesty for the rich and price-hike for the poor as economic terrorism. Talking to the media on Saturday, he said that the puppet government is not trying to find out solution to the problems. “We will jointly strive to find out the solution to the problems,” he maintained. The PPP chairman said: “A minister openly says that they will hang 6,000 people which is fascism.” He was of the view that the PPP would not change its stance despite pressure.
Faryal Talpur’s arrest as political revenge: Bilawal Bhutto
Addressing a press conference on Friday, PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto has termed the arrest of Faryal Talpur as political revenge. He said that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) was created for political revenge and political engineering. He said that the government was hell-bent on revengeful activities against political opponents. “A conspiracy was hatched against NAB Chairman Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal from PM House,” he added. The PPP chairman said that former dictator Pervez Musharraf had attacked the judiciary and the puppet Imran Khan was doing the same today. “The government is using tools against the opposition. Bilawal Bhutto said that blackmailing is the old method of Ijaz Shah. “The government is committing the economic murder of the poor,” he said. He predicted that the government is about to collapse. “The people are questioning as why the dollar price has increased,” he said. “This all is being done to divert attention from terrorism.” The PPP chairman said that they want the government should complete its tenure. “There will be anarchy in the country if political leadership will be in jail,” he maintained. He said that the coward rulers violating the sanctity of the house are at the helm. Bilawal demanded that investigations should be started into the matter how the NAB chairman was pressurized.