Imran Khan’s politics starts from NAB and ends at NAB: Bilawal
KARACHI (92 News) – PPP chairman Imran Khan has said that the politics of Prime Minister Imran Khan starts from the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and ends at the NAB.
Reacting to the speech of PM Imran Khan, he said that Imran Khan is a selected prime minister. “The NAB is a black law created for the opponents and the selected accountability is going on in the country,” he said.
The PPP chairman said that a federal minister and his brother face the corruption charges, but no one was arresting them. “The Federation wants to usurp the rights of the people of Sindh,” he alleged.
He said that it was not money of anyone’s father. “The PPP will not let anyone to usurp the rights of the people,” he declared.
Bilawal Bhutto said that Federal Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Ijaz Shah has relations with the banned organizations. “I did not launch the train march, but travelled by train,” he said.
He said that he had demanded removal of three ministers for having links with banned organizations, but the same kind of fourth minister had been appointed.
The PPP chairman said that Nawaz Sharif had launched the march and achieved the objectives. “The purpose of my visit was to convey my message to the people,” he said.
We do not have any issue with accountability process: Bilawal
Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that the PPP does not have any issue with accountability process .
The PPP chairman is leading the train march from Karachi to Larkana. While addressing party workers from the compartment of his train, Bilawal termed, “This is only trailer if long march held then the consequences will not be controlled,” he added.
Bilawal said that the PP has no issue with accountability process but the political revenge was taken on the name of corruption. He said that the PPP cannot be diminished.
“We do not fear from the ‘puppet government’. After 40 years this government cannot tolerate the name of party founder late Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto,” the PPP chairman said. “Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto sacrificed his life, but did not take a U-turn, he added.
“On April 4, it is the 40th death anniversary of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. I am travelling from Karachi to Larkana and hope all of you will also reach Garhi Khudha Baksh,” he mentioned. “We will give the world a message that Bhutto is still alive and present for democracy.”
Upon reaching Kotri Station, the PPP chairman alleged that the rulers of Pakistan were conspiring through NAB ‘Gardi’, adding that the anti-graft body was formed to help run selected governments.
“We have faced Zia’s dictatorship, we are not scared of this puppet government,” he said