Govt wants to usurp provinces’ rights by abolishing 1973 Constitution: Bilawal
NAWABSHAH (92 News) – PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that the government wants to snatch the rights of the provinces by abolishing the 1973 Constitution.
Addressing a big gathering in connection with the 66th birth anniversary of the slain PPP chairman Benazir Bhutto on Friday, he said that Asif Zardari has been sent to jail for corruption worth Rs15 million.
“The people who have nothing except corruption in their family background are calling the names of seasoned politicians,” he maintained.
The PPP chairman said that the selected prime minister used to say he would make them (Bhutto family) weep, but he had sent his ageing father with a smiling face. “Khan’s offshore company is legal, but Nawaz Sharif’s illegal. After paying the tax, Bani Gala has become illegal, but poor’s hut is illegal.”
He claimed that Asif Zardari had strengthened the federation and raised the slogan of ‘Pakistan Khapay’.
Bilawal Bhutto said that there is no one Pakistan, but two. “You (Imran Khan) have made the daughter of Shaheed Benazir weep. We will hold you accountable for those tears,” he declared.
The PPP chairman said that the NAB had made the business corruption. “Zardari is fighting against unseen forces,” he maintained.