Conspiracies against 18th amendment have failed: Bilawal
KARACHI (92 News) – PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that he had already stated that the rulers are inept and cannot run the country.
Addressing a press conference on Saturday, he said that the PTI has changed its narrative. “Why was it delayed if it had been decided to approach the IMF?” he said.
PPP leader Khurshid Shah said that PPP policy has been admitted by bringing Hafeez Shaikh.
Bilawal greets nation on falling of govt’s first wicket on PPP demand
Earlier on Thursday, PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has congratulated the nation on falling of the government’s first wicket on the demand of his party.
Reacting to the resignation of Finance Minister Asad Umar , he claimed that Imran Khan’s more wickets would fall soon.
He said that the government’s entire team would return to pavilion much before 50 overs. “Imran Khan has pushed the country to the worst crises. After the economic crisis, the worst crisis of governance has surfaced,” he said.
Bilawal Bhutto said that the selected prime minister is unable to run neither economy not foreign affairs. “The PM is even unable to control his team,” he maintained.
We are termed traitors if we talk about action against terrorists: Bilawal
Talking to the media after offering condolences over the Hazarganji tragedy, PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that they are termed traitors if they talk about action against terrorists.
He asked the government, if it wants, to bring victims to the national mainstream instead of the banned organizations.
“For how long the dual policy will continue to work in the country?” he questioned. “The state will have to end the dual policy now.”
Bilawal Bhutto said that for how long they would continue to bury their martyrs.
He said that politicians are being held accountable. “When will the terrorists be held accountable. Why did the prime minister who is also the interior minister met the victims?”
The PPP chairman said that big terrorists are kept in rest houses. “Now the government will have to decide whether it is with terrorists or the oppressed people,” he said. “The government has not implemented the National Action Plan.”
He said that the people of Quetta are repeatedly targeted. He demanded that the law should be equal across the country.
Bilawal Bhutto said that the NAB Law was introduced by a dictator. He declared that the presidential system cannot be run in the country.