Bilawal declares war on ‘illegally elected’ PM Imran – Pakistan

RAHIM YAR KHAN/SUKKUR: Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party, has declared ‘war’ against the illegally elected Prime Minister Imran Khan.

“We came to Punjab. PPP was founded in Punjab and Zyala is brave and loyal, never bowing down to Generals Zia and Musharraf.

Along with Prime Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah of Sind, Southern PPP Southern Punjab President Makhdoom Syed Ahmed Mehmood and other party leaders, Bhutto-Zardari said that the ‘chosen’ title given to Khan had become the identity of a ‘flour thief’. , sugar, fertilizer, gas and gasoline”.

He said the prime minister saw the “Awami March of Ziyalas” and cut gasoline and electricity prices. He told the crowd that some politicians in ministry had sold the southern part of Punjab.

Earlier, the PPP chairman said at a rally in Gotki, Sindh province, that the “chosen Imran Khan” had destroyed the country in the name of change. He said Mr. Khan came up with three budgets and made people’s lives miserable.

Inflation, Pekka’s Law

He claimed to be a puppet. [prime minister]The long march of N Ziyalas, who said that inflation was a global phenomenon, could not reassure the public, forced him to cut gasoline and electricity prices.

“Imran Khan amended the Peca Act out of fear of criticism. We do not accept such modifications.”

Bhutto-Zardari said he would go to Islamabad with his Jiyalas to oust the ‘chosen prime minister’ who deprived people of basic rights, sacrificed political opponents and undermined ‘stability’, while asking Khan to count his days remaining. said. economy’.

Lack of ‘artificial’ elements

He said the ‘puppet’ prime minister was not watering farmers and growers and deprived them of the necessary urea fertilizers. He argued that two federal ministers were recently implicated in a shortage of artificial urea fertilizers.

The PPP chairman said the prime minister has lost people’s trust and it’s time for Congress to cast a no-confidence measure against him.

Sindh CM contacts Buzdar.

Meanwhile, the party said Prime Minister Sindh had contacted the Punjab prime minister over issues that prevented the party’s long march into the Rahim Yar Khan district on Wednesday evening.

The party claims that Punjab police have also built a wall at Bahadurpur Chowk in Rahim Yar Khan and banned the vehicles of journalists accompanying the long march.

According to the PPP, in a phone call, Murad Ali Shah asked Punjab Prime Minister Usman Buzdar to order the removal of the barricades. Mr. Buzdar claims to have convinced CM Shah that the obstacles will be removed.

Meanwhile, PPP chairman’s spokesman Zulfikar Ali Badar denounced the “tactic” of the Punjab government to halt the party’s long march towards Islamabad.

In a statement, he said it was clear that the Punjab government was uneasy about the peaceful protests and was using various tactics to deter the march. He urged the administration not to play in the hands of “puppets” and to fulfill its duties under the laws of the land.

Posted at Serb on March 3, 2022