Pakistan

Bilawal calls on PM Sharif to step down

KOTLI: Chairman of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Saturday warned Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif that his days were numbered and he would not be able to complete his tenure, hence he should step down, ARY News reported.

“PM Sharif will not be able to complete his constitutional tenure for his the boat of his government is sinking,” he said while addressing a public gathering in Kotli, Azad & Jammu Kashmir (AJK).

Amid chants against the premier with a special reference to his bonding with Indian PM Narendra Modi, the PPP chairman said that the Panama Papers leaks had badly exposed Nawaz-league’s corruption.

He accused Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of doing business instead of politics.

“The monarch sitting in Islamabad is handing billions of rupees funds allocated for Kashmir Council to his blue-eyed boys,” he slammed. “I would not tolerate corruption in any case.”

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari also reminded the premier that he had demanded resignation from the former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gillani.

“What a pity that Mian Sahib became PM for the third time, but he could not become a leader once,” he said.

“Whenever I talk about Kashmir, it irks the Modi government. Our effigies and pictures are burnt in India and websites are hacked,” the PPP chairman said, vowing that his party will not stay silent on the Kashmir issue.

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