Bilawal promises ‘real opposition show’ after Dec 27
KARACHI: Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has reiterated his warning to launch anti-government campaign from December 27 in case his four demands were not accepted by the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz.
The PPP chairperson said he would announce his future strategy on Dec 27. He was addressing a press conference in Karachi.
He said supremacy of law should be equal for him and the prime minister.
I never backtrack on my promise. I still keep my word to launch movement against the government, he added.
Hurling barbs at his opponents, Bilawal said be it ‘u-turn’ proponents or any politician, we would uphold working relationship with everyone.
He expressed worry that law and order in Punjab was deteriorating once again.
Bilawal said level of injustice could be gauged from comparisons between budget of Lahore and the whole country.
Bilawal four demands to government are: Implement the resolution regarding China-Pakistan Economic Corridor; Re-constitute a parliamentary committee on national security; Pass Panama Bill drafted by Pakistan People’s Party; and immediately appoint the foreign minister.