Bilawal demands from PM to immediately pass Panama Bill
KARACHI: Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Monday said the country could no more be run without accountability. Hence, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should right away pass Panama Bill, ARY News reported.
“Nawaz Sharif should tell if democracy and peace is desired. Everybody has set his eyes on what is going on in Islamabad,” he said while talking to media after participating in Diwali events at Shiv Mandir in Clifton.
“I repeat it. Accept our four demands,” he said.
Bilawal had on October 16 presented four demands before the government to be accepted, including approving Panama Bill presented by PPP.
The PPP chairman said he today came to meet Hindu community, who have announced to celebrate Diwali with simplicity following Quetta police training center attack.
He questioned from the government that how did the terrorists managed to reach Quetta police training center?
He reiterated his resolve to fight against terrorism and strengthen democracy and judiciary.
“We have to strengthen democracy and judiciary. We would fight on streets and parliament as well and would not let terrorists succeed,” he said.
Bilawal said no judicial commission was so far formed on Army Public School tragedy, while criminals involved in this incident have been executed.