Bilawal threatens to resort to ‘other options’ if ToRs not agreed
He said that they were adamant on their stance and will not let the government escape from the situation without a decision made on the issue.
He made the remarks as a crucial meeting of the ToR committee is set to convene today to bring new proposals to the table. However, not much is been expected as all efforts have been unfruitful to bring the government on the same page for an inquiry over the Panama Papers.
Bilawal said that consultations over the issue will be held with the opposition parties and not with the government. He said that the PPP will stand together with the final decision of the opposition.
Bilawal threatened to resort to other options possibly hinting at street agitations if the government did not agree with the proposals put forward by the ToRs committee.
Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has already vowed to take to the streets due to the inefficiencies of the government and the lack of progress in the ToRs committee.