Govt’s time is up, will go home in six months: Bilawal
LAHORE: PPP Chaiperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Saturday stated the PTI-led authorities’s ‘contract’ was up and that it will likely be despatched packing within the subsequent six months.
Talking to journalists in Lahore, the PPP chairman slammed the federal government, saying it had come into energy on the idea of a ‘contract’.
“This government has been formed via a contract,” he stated. “It [government] has no authority,” he added.
He stated that the federal government’s contract was up and it’ll go home in six months, including that that exterior powers used chosen governments for his or her agenda.
The PPP chairman additionally criticised the PML-N, saying that former prime minister Nawaz Sharif was additionally chosen. He stated that much like the PTI, the PML-N additionally did not care a lot in regards to the parliament.
“The Leader of the Opposition is a very important post,” he stated. “I expect Shehbaz Sharif will return soon to the country. The leaders of Punjab disappear whenever their people need them.”
He complained that each time a canine chunk occurred in Sindh, it was handled as a headline by the media however each time the identical occurred in Faisalabad or Lahore, the media ignored it. “Sindh’s HIV is bad, Punjab’s HIV is good,” he stated.
Bilawal stated that Murad Ali Shah is a greater chief minister than Shehbaz Sharif and Usman Buzdar. “You can compare Murad Ali Shah to the chief ministers of Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh if you want,” he famous.