Bilawal should revolt against corruption for becoming Bhutto’s political scion: Murad Saeed
ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Communications and Postal Services Murad Saeed on Friday said if Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari wanted to become political scion of former prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto then he should announce revolt against corruption, ARY News reported.
“They have become billionaires by making citizens of Pakistan poor,” Murad Saeed said in a statement while responding to Bilawal’s speech against the government.
He said even education of top ranked Oxford University could not dissolve affects of assets of corruption.
“If proper investigations are held, he will have to return the Oxford University fee as well,” he said.
The federal minister for communications said if education could have made any impact on him, he would have stood against embezzlement.
He said they bring up public issues, when they were held accountable.
“You will have a hundred questions, but the nation asks only one that when will you return the looted money,” he said pointing towards Bilawal Zardari.
Murad tauntingly said that if Bilawal could not stand up against corruption, then he should remove Bhutto from his name.
The PPP chairman on Friday lashed out at the government for the rising inflation.
“Labourers are forced to live a life in quandary. Where do the poor seek relief, while inflation is skyrocketing,” Bilawal Bhutto Zardari asked while addressing a public gathering in Ghotki.