Bilawal Bhutto announces ‘train march’ against PTI-led govt
KARACHI (92 News) – Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto on Monday announced ‘train march’ against the federal government.
According to the details garnered, the PPP has come in front line to the incumbent government and decided to launch movement. However, the party workers started preparations for movement against the government.
It was reported that the ‘train march’ from Karachi to Larkana will be launched next month in the leadership of Bilawal Bhutto against the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) led government.
It was also said that the contact campaign has been initiated and the directions were given to the PPP workers (Jiyalas).
Bilawal says PTI contested election in alliance with banned outfits
Earlier, PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto said that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had contested the election in alliance with the banned outfits.
Talking to the media on Saturday, he demanded that three ministers should be removed for having links with the banned outfits.
He was of the view that Khan Sahib had not stood with the people in the elections. “They cannot contest us in the political arena. They do not want to see me in the assembly,” he said.
The PPP chairman said that the Pakistan Air Force captured the Indian pilot, but the government struck an NRO with the government. He added that the country was facing the crisis and human rights are being violated.
Bilawal Bhutto demanded that a joint National Security Committee of the parliament should be formed. “The National Action Plan should also be implemented,” he said.
Meanwhile, PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto has announced to launch a public contact campaign. “We will visit from Karachi to Larkana to contact the masses,” he said.
Three ministers have links to banned outfits: Bilawal
Addressing a press conference with Sindh Chief Minister Murad ali Shah at the inauguration ceremony of ‘Sarbabz Sindh’, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Thursday again alleged that three current ministers have links with the banned outfits.
He demanded the prime minister to take strict action against the cabinet members, alleging that as many as three federal ministers are in close contact with the members of banned organisations.