Ban on word ‘selected PM’ is historic censorship, says Bilawal Bhutto
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto said that the ban imposed by the National Assembly deputy speaker on the word ‘selected PM’ is historic censorship and now the members could not speak.
Speaking on the floor of the House on Monday, he said that no ban is imposed on any word uttered by the treasury members. “It is also censorship not to issue the production orders of the members,” he said.
“Who is run the government if the government plays the role of the opposition?” he questioned.
The PPP chairman said that the matter gets worse when it is touched by the prime minister. “The government should withdraw the anti-people budget and review its all decisions,” he demanded.
Terming the inquiry commission on foreign debts as illegal, Bilawal Bhutto said that parliament is the biggest institution and other institutions are answerable to it. “The offshore company of the PML-N is legal, but PTI’s is legal. ‘Benami’ accounts of the richest friends are legal, but opposition’s ‘benami’ accounts are illegal,” he said.
The PPP chairman declared that this double system would not work.