Bilawal gives deadline to govt for making probe commission by Sept 18
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Monday gave deadline to the incumbent government for making probe commission by September 18 (tomorrow).
Talking to the journalists outside the Parliament House, Bilawal warned that If the government failed to form a probe commission by Sept 18, than the PPP would prepare a join strategy with the opposition for the protest.
“The PPP will hold protests against the PTI government if it fails to form a commission to investigate the rigging allegations regarding the July 25 general elections,” he said. “We will wait until tomorrow,” he added.
The PPP chairman also expressed ‘dissatisfaction’ over President Arif Alvi’s address to a joint parliamentary session.
To a question, the PPP chairman apprised that provinces have objections on construction of Kala Bagh Dam. He also stated large part of society have also raised objections on the construction of much-delayed Kala Bagh dam time and again.
It is pertinent to mention here that the meeting has been called for the joint parliamentary opposition at 9am tomorrow morning.