Bilawal Bhutto terms PM a ghost employee in parliament
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has termed Prime Minister Imran Khan a ghost employee in the parliament.
Talking to the media on Tuesday, he said that the prime minister should come to the House as he gets the salary. “It is opposition’s job to stage the protest, but the government is doing it,” he said.
Bilawal Bhutto said that the prime minister should be present in the House if the session is very costly.
The PPP chairman said that the (treasury bench) beat the desks when he makes a speech in English and start crying when he delivers a speech in Urdu.
To a question about English, he reiterated that he would improve his Urdu.
‘Selected PM’ can’t hide his incompetence by sacking ministers: Bilawal
Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari termed on Monday that ‘selected’ Prime Minister Imran Khan cannot hide his incompetence from ousting ministers.
Addressing a National Assembly session, the PPP chairman lashed out at the incumbent government and he called former finance minister Asad Umar as ‘an educated but illiterate’ person [parha likha jahil]. He also referred prime minister a ‘selected’ leader.
It is pertinent to mention here that Bilawal’s remarks on PM Khan and Asad Umar triggered ruckus in the parliament and the PTI MNAs left their seats and chanted slogans.
Bilawal also said that the new federal cabinet, calling it a combination of Musharraf and PPP’s teams, adding that the government appointed Zardari’s finance minister after removal of PTI’s.
Criticizing the policies of the PTI-led government, Bilawal asked the treasury benches why they sacked Asad Umar, Fawad ‘bhi’ Shehryar Afridi and Amir Kiyani.
Bilawal said that the PPP was not scared of dictators like Ayub and Musharraf, and will remain steadfast against the puppet government. “We will continue to expose their anti-poor policies,” he mentioned.
“The government thinks we will get scared with such threats. They are mistaken, the PPP was not scared of dictators like Ayub and Musharraf, why would these puppets scare us?,” the PPP chairman explained.
He threatened that if “I, as my party’s parliamentary leader, am not allowed to speak, then your prime minister will also not be allowed to speak. We will not even let him enter in the building.”