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Incompetent coterie is unable to govern country, says Bilawal Bhutto

Incompetent coterie is unable to govern country, says Bilawal Bhutto
April 12, 2019
KHANGARH, Ghotki (92 News) – PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that the coterie of incompetent people is unable to govern the country. Addressing a public gathering on Friday, he said that gas, electricity and medicines had been increased. “Loadshedding, inflation and unemployment are on the rise. There are eliminating the poor instead of eliminating poverty,” he said. The PPP chairman said that each slogan of Prime Minister Imran Khan has turned out to be a lie. “The rulers have sit on the feet of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) instead of committing suicide,” he said. He accused the government of intending to amend a consensus constitution given by the late former prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. Bilawal Bhutto warned the government of consequences if the 18th Amendment of Constitution of Pakistan was touched or efforts were made to bring the One Unit system. "We have rendered sacrifices of our lives and we will not let the constitution to be harmed," he said. “They (rulers) say the federation is going to be bankrupted. Listen you puppet! The federation is being pushed towards bankruptcy due to your economic policies." The PPP chairman warned that if efforts were made to roll back the 18th Amendment, then there was going to be 'Dama Dam Mast Qalandar' in the country. He also criticized the prime minister for not having reached Quetta despite a tragic loss of lives there in a suicide blast earlier in the day. Bilawal lamented that the dollar, which was once traded at Rs100, was now being sold for Rs142. "The puppet had claimed to provide 10 million jobs, but today the youngsters are complaining about unemployment," he added. He said that the rulers had deprived the people of shelters in the name of anti-encroachment drive. The PPP chairman also criticised the new tax amnesty scheme by the government describing it as a ‘slap in the face of tax payers’. Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, Syed Khurshid Shah, Nisar Khoro and several other leaders also addressed the participants.