Bilawal says no option except to oust govt if red lines crossed
KARACHI (92 News) – PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto has said that there will be no option except to oust the government if red lines regarding the expected change in the 18th amendment were crossed.
Talking to the media on Saturday, he said that revengeful politics in the name of accountability is unacceptable.
He said that the PM House would have not raised a hue and cry had the PPP no power. “Big thrones will fall when the PPP will take to streets,” he said.
The PPP chairman termed the NAB an institution of money laundering. “The government should follow the law otherwise it will have to meet the fate of Pervez Musharraf,” he said.
He said that one can get a clean chit by giving some money to the NAB. “The NAB insults the people after leveling the allegations. “Khan Sahib has made Islamabad hostage. I wish that the MQM should improve,” he said.
Bilawal Bhutto was of the view that the allies of the government are running the anti-people government. “The people are drowning in the tsunami of inflation,” he said.
He opined that it would be harmful for the country if the MQM and the PTI jointly won the elections.