Bilawal hints at launching ‘political long-march’ against govt
LARKANA: Calling Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif scandals-tainted, Pakistan People’s party chairperson Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari announced to visit each corner of the country as part of his party’s planned anti-government movement.
‘ I asked the government to accept our four demands, but it turned deaf ears to all those clamours,” moaned Bilawal, adding it’s now time to begin the ‘political long-march’.
Addressing a gathering in Garhi Khuda Bux, Bilawal said he could not stay silent in the face of anti-people moves taken by the ruling government.
“You want to buy all state entities through your friends and I should keep mum…that won’t happen at all.”
He claimed that PM Sharif was mired in various scandals including ‘Sasti Roti, Yellow Cab, Danish Schools, Asghar Khan case, LNG scandal, Nandipur, Hudaibiya Mill, and Model Town massacre. “You’ve been involved in series of scandals,” he said.
The PPP chairperson announced to visit each corner of the country as part of his anti-government movement.
He said PPP was still resolute in solving problems facing the masses as it would do under late Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.
Bilawal said Benazir could only get five years of power during her 45 years of struggle.
He also chanted during his address:
“Gali gali mein shor hai — Nawaz Sharif chor hai”.
He warned PM of strong opposition protest if Panama Papers bill fail to sail through National Assembly.
Bilawal questioned why the Asghar Khan case couldn’t be settled as yet. He also raised questions over incomplete trial of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s murderers.
Earlier, he began his speech underlining sacrifices of his slain mother and grandfather who founded the Pakistan People’s Party.